Julie Murphy & Julia Chiapella host the Hive Poetry Collective Valentines Special: S3:E6. Don’t miss a lively discussion of the highs and lows of Valentines Day and great poems by Natalie Diaz, Jack Gilbert, Dorothy Parker, Tim Seibles and more…
Natalie Diaz, Jack Gilbert, Tim Seibles, Beth Ann Fennelly, Dorothy Parker, Robert Wrigley, Dorianne Laux
Dion O’Reilly interviews Robert Stewart, long time editor of , about his career as a writer and editor. He reads from his new book New Letters Working Class.
Poets read their poems about fire and talk to host Farnaz Fatemi about writing them. With
Lisa Allen Ortiz, Carmen Fought, Terri Drake, Nicelle Davis, Maggie Paul, Roxi Power Hamilton, and Charles Atkinson. If you missed it on KSQD, the show can be found in podcast form, here for example. A few things we mention: <a href=" http://<!– wp:paragraph –> <p>: <a href=" https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/12/02/magazine/tree-communication-mycorrhiza.html">https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/12/02/magazine/tree-communication-mycorrhiza.html</a> Bonny Doon video with Lisa’s poem: <a href=" https://www.facebook.com/100000462274944/videos/4903937866298241/">https://www.facebook.com/100000462274944/videos/4903937866298241/</a> Creached at </p> Suzanne Simard, Lisa’s poem with fire video, and Terri Drake’s poetry collection which is called At the Seams. Furthermore: Carmen Fought can be reached at: email@example.com ,Charles Atkinson can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and Roxi Power can be reached at email@example.com
Julie Murphy interviews Kim Scheiblauer about her forthcoming book of poems “The Visitant” with a guest appearance of fellow Bee Dion O’Reilly! Don’t miss these great poems and lively conversation about myth, place and the ineffable. Listen
The Visitant by Kim Scheiblauer. Published soon by
HERE Dion O’Reilly interviews Santa Cruz poet, translator, and journalist Stephen Kessler.
Billy Butler introduces a range of poets who contribute poems about ‘The End’ — the end of the year, the end of good and bad things, times of transitions, and more.
Dion O’Reilly interviews prolific poet Alexis Rhone Fancher about her many books and current projects.
Dion O’Reilly talks with poet
Francesca Bell about her life in poetry and her new book, the prize winning Bright Stain. Listen HERE:
Farnaz Fatemi and Lisa Allen Ortiz celebrate the political work that poetry can do. In the shadow of our recent election, they read poems by Rick Barot, Lorna Dee Cervantes and Gary Copeland Lilley; they also discuss Farnaz’ own work and parse out what it means to define a poem as political. Listen here.