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The Poetry of Reality is hosted by world renowned truth-teller, evolutionary biologist and best-selling author, Professor Richard Dawkins. He has been celebrated globally for his honest critique of religion and tradition and his push for critical thinking. His books include The Ancestor’s Tale, The Selfish Gene, The Blind Watchmaker, Climbing Mount Improbable, Unweaving the Rainbow, A Devil’s Chaplain, The God Delusion, The Greatest Show on Earth, The Magic of Reality, his two-part autobiogr ...
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Planet Poetry

Robin Houghton & Peter Kenny

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Love poetry? Join Robin and Peter and their guests as they read poems, chat about all things poetry and generally explore the bedazzling world of Planet Poetry. Since we started this podcast in 2020 we've interviewed dozens of poets and poetry editors, discussed all the thorny issues about the poetry world and delved into our favourite poetry past and present. We don't have sponsors and we don't interrupt the flow with ads, so if you like what we do, please buy us a coffee or two at buymeaco ...
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Commonwealth Poetry Podcast

Gyles Brandreth & Aphra Brandreth

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Poetry from around the world! A fortnightly celebration of Poetry and The Commonwealth - where award winning podcaster Gyles Brandreth and his daughter Aphra visit each of the 56 countries of the Commonwealth, meeting poets, performers and people who love poetry and discovering new poems each episode.
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Poetry Unbound

On Being Studios

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Short and unhurried, Poetry Unbound is an immersive exploration of a single poem, hosted by Pádraig Ó Tuama. Pádraig Ó Tuama greets you at the doorways of brilliant poems and walks you through — each one has wisdom to offer and questions to ask you. Already a listener? There’s also a book (Poetry Unbound: 50 Poems to Open Your World), a Substack newsletter with a vibrant conversation in the comments, and occasional gatherings.
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Heart's Embrace: Poetry for Transformation is a captivating podcast that takes inspiration from Julie Jewels Smoot's renowned book of the same name. This podcast offers a unique and transformative experience through the power of poetry. Each episode is carefully crafted to bring healing, relaxation, harmony, strength, and ultimately, transformation to its listeners.
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My Bad Poetry

Aaron and Dave

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Aaron and Dave dive into an old private journal to read poems written in high school. Along the way the two have found themselves joined by some incredibly amazing people, all willing to share some of their own bad poetry. Experience a mix of self-reflection, humor, self-deprecation, great conversations and just maybe a half decent poem!
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Poetry Space

Matt Foster

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Welcome to Poetry Space Podcast with me your host Matt Foster, where I talk about: poetry, life, love, relationships and some sound advice and also I host Late Night Sessions every Friday night, so make sure you check me out weeknights at 9pm!And end your day off on a positive note with spoken word right here on The Poetry Corner Podcast! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/poetryspacepodcast/support
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Airing on KSQD 90.7 FM most Sundays at 8:00, the Hive Poetry Collective is a buzz of poets in Santa Cruz, California— a swarm of radio conversations, public readings, and writing workshops. Find us at hivepoetry.org And https://www.facebook.com/hivepoetry
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Poetry2u

Poetry 2u

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A podcast all about glorifying Christ with the art of spoken word poetry. Cover art photo provided by Aaron Burden on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@aaronburden
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Poetry For All

Joanne Diaz and Abram Van Engen

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This podcast is for those who already love poetry and for those who know very little about it. In this podcast, we read a poem, discuss it, see what makes it tick, learn how it works, grow from it, and then read it one more time. Introducing our brand new Poetry For All website: https://poetryforallpod.com! Please visit the new website to learn more about our guests, search for thematic episodes (ranging from Black History Month to the season of autumn), and subscribe to our newsletter.
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Poetry Pea is a poetry podcast from www.poetrypea.com. It features haiku and senryu and other Japanese short form poetry. There are lots of free writing resources, workshops from experts, readings of original poetry, haiku and senryu, as well as prompts and writing exercises. You can submit your haiku or senryu to Patricia and be featured on the podcast and in the Poetry Pea Journal. Let’s write together.
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So Real Poetry

Lauren McNeil

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Welcome to Poetry Gold. Every Sunday, the artist, born as Lauren McNeil, will share an original poem. Each episode will include, original poetry, a synopsis of the piece, and an optional journal prompt to help the listener dive deeper into that week's topic. Thanks for stopping by and enjoy the vibes, because it's So Real Poetry. ***New Full Episodes beginning July 14th, 2024***
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Poetry Centered

University of Arizona Poetry Center

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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.
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Poetrypot101

Poetrypot101

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Short Poetry delivered from MY Knowledge 📦 to yours💕💕MY Passion is Songwriting just waiting for that BIG Break. I appreciate you💕💕 Social Media Platforms: Twitter: @sherriwords FB: Lyrically Insane IG: poetrypot101 YouTube: Sherri “The GhostWriter” ‼️Music Launch Date: 4.5.19 on all platforms‼️
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PoetryClass

Litti105

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Wir sind eine Gruppe von Schülern, die sich dazu entschlossen haben ihre Poetry-Slam Texte zu veröffentlichen. So kam die Idee des Podcasts. Hier geht es um alles mögliche, eben alles was man als Poetry-Slam Text nehmen kann.
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PoetryNow

Poetry Foundation

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PoetryNow is a weekly four-minute radio series featuring some of today’s most accomplished and innovative poets who offer an acoustically rich and reflective look into a single poem.
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British poet Helen Wing has spent the past 20 years living between the UK, China and the Middle East, experiencing first-hand the human impact of poetry across borders. On The Elixir Poetry Podcast, she asks anonymous individuals from around the world to read the poem that has touched them the most, and to unveil why. (Each episode includes original music)
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The Poetry Lab Podcast is a short-form podcast designed to help creative writers carve out the time, the courage, and the inspiration they need to keep writing their new sh*t. With easy-to-follow advice, geeky deep-dives into craft techniques, book recommendations, and answers about everything from performance to publishing, The Poetry Lab Podcast is made for self-taught writers eager to learn wherever and whenever they are. Are you ready poet? Let’s get into it.
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The Poetryhood | الحيّ الشعري

The Poetryhood | الحيّ الشعري

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The Poetryhood is a community dedicated to creating & celebrating grassroot poetry. We aspire to pioneer a poetic movement through our podcast. In these episodes, you can expect to discover a treasure trove of poetic content, along with inspiring conversations featuring poets and artists, all contributing to the vibrant tapestry of The Poetryhood.
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Poetry Off the Shelf

Poetry Foundation

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Producer Helena de Groot talks to poets about language, dreams, love and loss, identity, connection, anger, discomfort, the creative process, the state of the world and the world of the soul. Hard conversations are welcomed—laughter is, too.
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The American Poetry Review

The American Poetry Review

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Founded in 1972, The American Poetry Review is dedicated to reaching a worldwide audience with a diverse array of the best contemporary poetry and literary criticism. The podcast features guest interviews and lots of poetry talk from APR editor Elizabeth Scanlon, along with co-hosts and guests. Learn more about APR at aprweb.org.
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A radio host lost in the crack between dimensions. What worlds would you visit? Whose stories would you tell? The Lost Poetry Club is a new audio zine podcast broadcast from the edge of realities – centering the bizarre, the horrifying, and the what-ifs. Each episode, we choose an intriguing theme and deliver stories, poetry, flash fiction, and music around it. Our philosophy: Reality sucks? Try others!
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Send us a Text Message. Welcome to So Real Poetry! Every Sunday at 6pm EST, Lauren will share an original poem, discuss its meaning, delve into her creative process, and leave you with an optional journal prompt. Drop us a text message, leave a comment, and tell us what you think! Thanks for listening! Tune in every Sunday for more Poetry Gold beca…
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We are terrible at recognising symbols. That’s why much of popular art believes in high jinx, and the subtler softer art of hidden stories and allegories find their home in empty art galleries. For me, one of the greatest joys of living in a world full of wonders is to find symbols and messages - where probably there are none.But stop me! It all st…
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This piece critiques the pervasive sexualization in modern society. Exploring how women's bodies are often objectified and commodified, leading to a loss of personal value and dignity. This contrasts the superficial allure of provocative behavior with the deeper, intrinsic worth of respect and honor. It calls for a return to valuing women for their…
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There’s a kind of conventional wisdom among broadcasters that an interview has to be adversarial. The interviewer must probe in a critical kind of way. You must have arguments. This was brought home to me some years ago when I had a conversation on stage in London, a very large audience with Steven Pinker, and it went very well. The audience liked …
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Mary Jo Bang brings together poems united by astonishment at the continuation of a world that seems utterly self-destructive. She shares Claudia Rankine on the illusions of American optimism (“Don’t Let Me Be Lonely”), Srikanth Reddy on mortality and teaching literature (“Underworld Lit”), and Timothy Donnelly on the human experience of a polluted …
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In this episode of Elixir hosted by Helen Wing, Donna tells the heartbreaking story of why ‘Winter Swans’ by Owen Sheers means so much to her. They discuss: Reading vs Hearing Poetry How Poetry Should Be Taught In Schools The Importance Of “Feeling Poetry” Why ‘Winter Swans’ Is So Emotional Original musical underscore on the second reading. Discove…
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What does your revision process look like? In this episode, Danielle reveals how most of her writing happens in revision and shares her essential revision tactics. It’s never too late to re-approach your writing practice, and revision might just be your missing link. Take these practical prompts and rethink, reimagine, and refine your work. Tune in…
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“So many dead mutants with grudges…” flight animals by Bronwyn Lea Hyperbole by Belinda Rule Apollo Bay by William Fox That secret show episode Stu Joshua Mehigan’s essay I thought you were a poet Strangers in Paradise Gig Ryan Eileen Myles Alice Notley James Schuyler The Female Homer by Jeremy Downes Donna Haraway The Pioneer by Frederick McCubbin…
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C.S. Giscombe talks about the first half of his newest poetry book, Negro Mountain (University of Chicago Press) which was recommended by a New York Times critic as one of the 5 best poetry books of 2023. C. S. Giscombe teaches at the University of California’sBerkeley campus, where he is the Robert Hass Chair in English. His prose and poetry books…
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In this episode, Professor Stephanie Kirk guides our reading of Sor Juana Inez de la Cruz’s “Sonnet 189.” Her scholarly insights help us to appreciate the nuances of Sor Juana’s poetry and her importance in her own lifetime and beyond. Professor Kirk read Edith Grossman's translation of "Sonnet 189" from Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz: Selected Works. C…
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Read: "Dawn's Fool" (author's website), also "[your mind that beautiful country]" at Malarkey Books Purchase: But Then I Thought by Kyla Houbolt (above/ground press, 2023) Kyla Houbolt writes poems and occasional reviews, and takes care of two goats, 11 chickens, and 8 ducks. Chapbooks But Then I Thought available from above/ground press, Tuned ava…
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This episode explores new research, which has found that meteorite impact rate on Mars can help date planetary surfaces. --- Read this episode’s science poem here. Read the scientific study that inspired it here. Read ‘The Meteorite’ by Randall Jarrell here. --- Music by Rufus Beckett. --- Follow Sam on social media and send in any questions or com…
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Marking the birthday of HM Queen Camilla on 17 July, Gyles Brandreth and Aphra Brandreth MP introduce a special episode of the Commonwealth Poetry Podcast, reprising our first ever episode recorded with Queen Camilla and the actress Dame Joanna Lumley at Clarence House in London and talking about the Commonwealth, the Royal Commonwealth Society and…
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Nick Roth's "Hanky Panky" is, depending on how you view it, a single-location horror comedy, an alien invasion movie on an extreme budget, or both. Writer-director Nick Roth sits down with Jen to talk about the ins and outs of how he got it made, and the challenges of casting when one of your leads is a napkin. Check out the film for free on Tubi h…
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"The Alchemy of Healing" by JS Worldbridger is a powerful and evocative poem that delves into the themes of healing, self-healing, compassion, peace, transformation, and mindfulness. Through the use of vivid imagery and emotive language, the poem takes the reader on a journey of inner exploration and personal growth. The poet skillfully weaves toge…
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Send us a Text Message. Grip the square steering wheel of your Austin Allegro and let Jane Commane navigate you through the haunted places of the post-industrial Midlands. She treats us to poems from Assembly Lines published by Bloodaxe including UnWeather, quite possibly the best Brexit response we've heard. We upload this episode on the day of th…
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Raymond Antrobus joins Kevin Young to read “A Protactile Version of ‘Tintern Abbey,’ ” by John Lee Clark, and his own poem “Signs, Music.” Antrobus has received the Rathbones Folio Prize, the Ted Hughes Award from the Poetry Society, the Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year Award, the Lucille Clifton Legacy Award, and a Somerset Maugham Award, amo…
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The natural elements, perceived naturalness, and restorative qualities of natural environments are more than what's visible to the naked eye. From the buzzing of insects to the sounds of the thunder, nature has its own rhythm that can touch the deepest core. By aligning with the elemental forces and rhythm of nature, one can find stillness beyond t…
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Michael VanCalbergh returns for maybe our longest episode to date. He brings with him a Sonnet Crown that fails to reach the 7 poem goal intentionally... yet it feels far more like a mercy. Dave was out sick for this one and in missing he may have avoided one of the worst poems in the shows history! Aaron and Michael talked for over 2 hours and we …
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Today’s guest Chilean poet, performance artist, visual artist, activist, and filmmaker Cecilia Vicuña, joins us to discuss her latest work, Deer Book, or Libro Venado. A bilingual collection, with translations by the acclaimed poet and translator Daniel Borzutsky, Deer Book brings together nearly forty years of Vicuña’s poetry and drawings surround…
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In this episode I'll be discussing why you should be mindful of the company that you keep around and I'll be doing a poetry performance also.Check out the YouTube channel by the wayHere's the link to the latest video: https://youtu.be/lVXQOsXWzS8?si=gyGE4-bAD8MX3uU2--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/poetryspacepodcast…
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Hey there, it's me again. Just another day hanging out in the void, you know, the usual. Floating out here for days, weeks; nothing to do but stare into the milky nothingness - yeah, I’ve had time to think. And the question that keeps going round in my head (aside from what am I doing here and how did I let this happen) is: will anyone remember me?…
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Set list Chug. Positive Cognitive. Odds. Action Movie. Narcissism. Nourish. Party Planning. Sincere. Sleep. Mouse Arrest. Arachnophobia. Tonight. Offence/ Defence. Value System. devour @AdGridley Support Ad Gridley's Poetry Café by contributing to their tip jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/ad-gridley-s-poetry-cafe This podcast is powered by Pinec…
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