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Your poetry ritual: An immersive reading of a single poem, guided by Pádraig Ó Tuama. Unhurried, contemplative and energizing. New episodes on Monday and Friday, about 15 minutes each. Two seasons per year, with occasional special offerings. Anchor your life with poetry.
 
Ein Gedicht pro Woche. Jede Woche stelle ich hier eines meiner eigenen Gedichte vor - für all diejenigen, die durch das Lesen vielleicht keinen Zugang zu Gedichten bekommen. Ich bin Polizeibeamter und Vater und schreibe schon seit meiner Jugend Gedichte. Diese veröffentliche ich auf meiner Internetseite www.poetrycop.de . Wer Lust hat, findet dort sicher alle Informationen, die er über mich braucht.
 
Sunil Bhandari is a poet by compulsion. His words heal his wounds, make him understand stars, make him resolve pain. His first book of poetry 'Of Love and Other Abandonments' was an Amazon bestseller. His second book "Of Journeys & Other Ways To Get Lost" is just out. This podcast is of his poetry. All music is by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/ License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/
 
در این کانال ضمن دکلمه و تفسیر ابیات شعرای نامدار، تفسیر اشعار دیوان شمس تبریزی، دکلمه غزلیات، حکایات مثنوی معنوی، مجالس سبعه، مقالات شمس تبریزی و منتخب از فیه ما فیه حضرت مولانا جلال الدین محمد بلخی را نیز نشر خواهیم نمود. با احترام فهیم هنرور RumiBalkhi.Com
 
The poetry podcast for people who don't like poetry... and those who do. Host Dylan J. Kershaw is dragged kicking, screaming and making ridiculous interpretations along the way toward enjoying poetry by close friend and literature whiz Charlie Pidcock. Join them as they dive into the enlightening world of poetry, and have some laughs along the way.
 
Musings about all aspects of life from A to Z written and narrated by your humble servant of the script . Written and narrated by Steven Richardson Short stories Piano Comedy Politics Religion Books Art Music Spiritual Gender Psychology Education movies sport
 
The Poetry Society was founded in 1909 to promote "a more general recognition and appreciation of poetry". Since then, it has grown into one of Britain's most dynamic arts organisations, representing British poetry both nationally and internationally. Today it has more than 4000 members worldwide and publishes the leading poetry magazine, The Poetry Review. With innovative education and commissioning programmes and a packed calendar of performances, readings and competitions, the Poetry Soci ...
 
Poetry Centered features curated selections from Voca, the University of Arizona Poetry Center’s online audiovisual archive of more than 1,000 recordings of poets reading their work during visits to the Center between 1963 and today. In each episode, a guest poet introduces three poems from Voca, sharing their insights about the remarkable performances recorded in our archive. Each episode concludes with the guest poet reading a poem of their own.
 
Kann man Großbritannien durch den Reichtum an lyrischer Poesie verstehen? The Poetry Pod geht in seiner ersten Staffel „Britain through the Bards“ auf die Forschungsreise: Sechs spannende Episoden in englischer Sprache mit inspirierender Lyrik, spannenden Interviews und jeder Menge literarischer Überraschungen! Can Britain really be understood through its rich poetic heritage? The Poetry Pod sets off on a journey of discovery in its first series „ Britain through the Bards“: 6 episodes cramm ...
 
Silver Award Winner for Most Original Podcast at the British Podcast Awards 2018. The Poetry Exchange shares the conversations we have with people about a poem that has been a friend to them. In each episode you will hear an individual talking about a poem that has been a friend to them, as well as the ‘gift’ recording of the poem that has been made for them, in response to their story of connection with the poem. Our podcast features conversations with people from many walks of life, as wel ...
 
Charlotte Mason Poetry is dedicated to promoting Charlotte Mason’s living ideas. We strive to share an authentic interpretation of Mason’s life work through a combination of original and vintage articles by a wide variety of authors. Our team draws from and transcribes many rare and wonderful documents from the PNEU many of which cannot be found anywhere else on the web.
 
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In a special episode of the Poetry Podcast, Kimiko Hahn, Monica Youn, Paul Tran, and Megan Fernandes join Kevin Young to read their work, and to discuss Asian-American poetics and the role of poetry in our tumultuous times. Kimiko Hahn, a distinguished professor at Queens College, City University of New York, has received a Guggenheim Fellowship an…
 
Rosa Alcalá curates poems in which the body plays a central role as a performing presence. She selects and shares Roberto Tejada’s exploration of control and surrender (“Sun bursting as in water beads”), Rosmarie and Keith Waldrop’s stereophonic collaborative poem (“Light Travels”), and Black Took Collective’s daring, experimental performance piec…
 
Several years ago I attended a Charlotte Mason conference that included a special event: a craft display. Attendees were encouraged to bring sample objects produced by their children during handicraft lessons. The aim, of course, was to show for attendees what it really means to work with the hands. The aim was to inspire attendees … The post Teach…
 
This week, we hear from one of the co-editors of the first historically comprehensive Native poetry anthology – yes the very first. It’s called When The Light of The World Was Subdued, Our Songs Came Through: A Norton Anthology of Native Nations Poetry. It was edited by Poet Laureate Joy Harjo with Jennifer Elise Foerster and LeAnne Howe. Organized…
 
Join the rag tag trio of free-thought poets on another wild ride on the topic of spoken poetry vs written poetry. We feature an amazing poet: Jeremiah I'Shod (IG: @jeremiahishod). Tune in without tuning out and enjoy the place where we speak from our soul and let our feelings flow!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a…
 
This episode explores new research, which has found that sponges leave trails on the sea floor in the Arctic deep sea. --- Read this episode’s science poem here. Read the scientific study that inspired it here. Read ‘The Sponge’ by Joshua Mehigan here. --- Music by Rufus Beckett. --- Follow Sam on social media and send in any questions or comments …
 
This poem starts off by describing how split the poet — Jónína Kirton — feels between two identities: having both Métis and Icelandic heritage. The poem imagines a bridge between these two places and cultures, and arrives, in the second stanza, at the image of a “living root bridge.”It is in this image that the poem anchors itself: a bridge that is…
 
Coming at you from the earliest parts of the 21st century comes this poem of the time the clouds hung low in the skies over my place of business and the Good Year Blimp waddles past on its way from one sporting event to another. As I say in the episode, it's one of my oldest poems that has stood the test of time - meaning I feel comfortable sharing…
 
These are trying times. Tishani Doshi writes "You would have expected the clocks to freeze". In this once-in-a-century tragedy, when grief sits outside our doors, and then comes in without knocking, there's only memory, meditation or living in the moment which can sustain meaning. We all make mistakes. Alas, some mistakes are more expensive than ot…
 
Today’s episode of Between the Covers is with writer Elissa Washuta about White Magic, her new memoir in essays just out from Tin House. Elissa Washuta’s body of work, and White Magic is no exception, is deeply engaged with form, particularly in relationship to the telling of our own true stories. How do we find the right form to tell our stories? …
 
This is episode 5 of my podcast, hope to bring listeners some great poems and improving recitals, on this episode, A poem about my father and the connection we all have with our parents as we age and how that is lost, a great poem about childhood and a final poem which will hopefully be a worthy ending to the episode and I pronounce a difficult wor…
 
Connor and Jack close out National Poetry Month 2021 with a series of episodes exploring the history and enduring popularity of one of poetry's iconic forms: the sonnet. To finish off a full week of episodes, a look at some contemporary sonnets and ways that poets have added to (and moved beyond)the basic fourteen line form. Nicole Sealey's 29 line…
 
We’re back! In this episode we encounter esteemed poet, writer and scholar LeAnne Howe — who talks about the extraordinary Norton anthology of Native Nations poetry ‘When The Light of The World Was Subdued, Our Songs Came Through’ she edited with Joy Harjo and Jennifer Elise Foerster which highlights the untold stories of people from the Native Nat…
 
Endymion BY JOHN KEATS (1795–1821) A Poetic Romance (excerpt) BOOK A thing of beauty is a joy for ever: Its loveliness increases; it will never Pass into nothingness; but still will keep A bower quiet for us, and a sleep Full of sweet dreams, and health, and quiet breathing. Therefore, on every morrow, are we wreathing A flowery band to bind us to …
 
For the past five weeks I’ve had the pleasure of studying the sonnet with a fabulous group of poets, led by Joshua Mehigan, in a weekly workshop through Brooklyn Poets. Here are some thoughts on the benefits (and challenges) of diving into a poetry workshop. Show notes Poetry and Performance: Writing for the Stage and the Page through Writers Victo…
 
This month, Helen Broom is joined by Mississippi poet Teresa McGuire, and they discuss poems of love and poems spoken by an alternate inner voice. In this month's virtual open mic, we have four readers: Stephen Anderson, Matthew Thorburn, Walid Abdallah, and Mary Fox. If you would like to be a feature in a future event, or contribute to the open mi…
 
Izzy and Orlando enjoy a pre-ferry greasy spoon in Dover, get confused by Brexit rules in duty free and finally set sail for home. Izzy und Orlando genießen ein englisches Frühstück in Dover, werden mit den Brexit-Regeln im Duty Free konfrontiert und fahren schließlich nach Hause. Vor dem Mikrofon - In front of the microphone: Isabel Schmier und Or…
 
Owed (Penguin, 2020) is the second collection of poems by Dr. Joshua Bennett, poet, professor, and artist. This volume is a wide-ranging, celebratory book focused on what Bennett calls "the Black quotidian," including the poetry of the barbershop, plastic slip-covers on couches, and the benign struggle between a father and a son over a pair of long…
 
New Orleans poet Kelly Harris DeBerry reads from her new collection "Freedom Knows My Name," talks about how writing poetry is a "sacred practice," and how she combines her experience with spoken word and performance poetry with the academic and technical knowledge from her MFA days.Learn more about Kelly and get a copy of "Freedom Knows My Name" h…
 
In this episode, Lewi talks with us about the poem that has been a friend to him – 'The Horses' by Ted Hughes.​Lewi joined The Poetry Exchange online, via video call, for one of our Lockdown Exchanges. It was in celebration of Manchester Literature Festival, which you can find out more about here:www.manchesterliteraturefestival.co.ukLewi is in con…
 
In a searching, wide-ranging and often very funny exchange, Selima Hill talks to Review editor Emily Berry about being both a prolific writer and a private person, about secrecy and rebellion, embodiedness and encodedness. Her writing process is, she says, less about cutting (“which sounds so violent”) and rather like “lifting your hair – loosen, l…
 
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