This month’s episode of the Small Machine Talks with a.m. kozak and yrs truly talks about house readings vs more public readings, curating events outside your home city, great poetry books from Book Thug, Coach House, McLelland and Stewart, Biblioasis, the list poem, poetry accessibility and a host of other topics related in some way [ … ]
The Small Machine Talks interviews Montreal poet and editor, Klara du Plessis.
Klara du Plessis is a poet and critic. Her chapbook, Wax Lyrical, was released from Anstruther Press, 2015, and a full-length collection of multilingual poems is forthcoming from Palimpsest Press. She curates the monthly, Montreal-based Resonance Reading Series, writes reviews for Broken Pencil Magazine, [ … ]
Please listen to the VERSeFest special episode of the Small Machine Talks in which we interview Canadian (and an American) poets Jamaal Jackson Rogers, Stephen Collis, Chris Johnson, bill bissett, Paisley Rekdal, Brandon Wint, Ben Ladouceur, Eva HD, Michael Dennis, Kayla Czaga.
and further info: https://angelhousepress.com
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here’s the latest episode in the Small Machine Talks in which we interview Ottawa poet, feminist, lawyer Natalie Hanna.
Natalie has some fascinating things to say about the merging of politics with poetry, about writing for oneself and she even breaks briefly into song. It’s a great interview. I hope you tune in.
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Please tune in to episode 6 of The Small Machine Talks, a podcast that explores the poetry scene in Central Canada & beyond, hosted by Amanda Earl and a.m. kozak
in this episode Amanda interviews dalton derkson.
at the ClockTower Pub before his featured reading at the In/Words Reading Series on Wednesday, November 30, 2016 (25 minutes)
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AngelHousePress presents Episode 5 of “The Small Machine Talks,” a podcast that explores the poetry scene of Central Canada and beyond, co-hosted by Amanda Earl and a.m.kozak.
a.m. kozak and Amanda Earl discuss recent and upcoming poetry events, events they would have liked to have attended, pataphysics, glitch poetry, glitch hop, accessibility in poetry, interactive art [ … ]
Today we are releasing PoemTalk episode #100—a retrospective discussion in which seven poet-critics (previous PoemTalkers themselves) each choose two episodes for further comment and reconsideration.
PoemTalk, begun in 2007, has been and continues to be a collaboration of PennSound, the Kelly Writers House, and the Center for Programs in Contemporary Writing (CPCW) at Penn—and [ … ]
Today we are releasing the 97th episode of the “PoemTalk” series—a discussion of Allen Grossman’s late poem, “My Radiant Eye,” with Kathryn Hellerstein, Peter Cole, and Ariel Resnikoff.
// new book is available for pre-order, Province of Numb Errs, from BlazeVOX [books]:
// huge thank-you to Geoffrey Gatza whose generosity in support of poetry seems to have no bounds, + Michael Farrell, Ruth Lepson, and Tyrone Williams for their kind and thoughtful commentary.
// please do consider purchasing a copy direct from the publisher.
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The latest installment of the HuffPost Video Reading Series is back, featuring Susan Lewis, Claudia Keelan, Kathleen Ossip, Janice Lee, and Hadara Bar-Nadav. Curated by Anis Shivani.
Today we are releasing the 87th episode of PoemTalk—a discussion of two poems by Emily Dickinson (“She rose to His Requirement” & “Wild Nights — Wild Nights!”) with Cecilia Corrigan, Michelle Taransky & Lily Applebaum.
Today we are releasing episode 83 of the podcast series “PoemTalk”—a discussion of a late meta-poem by Wallace Stevens, “The Poem That Took the Place of a Mountain,” with Susan Howe, Dee Morris & Nancy Kuhl.
PoemTalk is cosponsored by PennSound, the Kelly Writers House and the Poetry Foundation. [ … ]
Today we are releasing episode 82 of the PoemTalk series, a discussion of Carl Rakosi’s “In What Sense I Am I” with Don Share, Laura Goldstein, and Anthony Madrid.
This special episode of PoemTalk was recorded in Chicago at the Poetry Foundation.
Today we are releasing PoemTalk #77, a discussion of Lorine Niedecker’s “Foreclosure” and “Wilderness” with Dee Morris, Michelle Taransky and Jessica Lowenthal.
This Sunday, June 1, Melissa Eleftherion joins us live in the studio and will read from/discuss her chapbooks huminsect (dancing girl press) and prism maps (dusie kollektiv). Tune in at 11:30am-12:30pm PT at savekusf.org – SF Community Radio.
Melissa Eleftherion grew up in Brooklyn. She is the author of huminsect (dancing girl press), prism maps [ … ]
Today we have released episode 76 of the PoemTalk series, a 30-minute discussion of Anne Waldman’s “Open Address to Senator Jesse Helms” (“To the Censorious Ones”) with Pierre Joris, Stacy Szymaszek, and Orchid Tierney.
Joanne Kyger and Robert Creeley talk about bookmaking in 1972 (audio):
Poet, translator, and editor
Arlene Keizer’s first reading of Philip’s Zong! #6 – another installment in the “First Readings” series edited by Brian Reed, Craig Dworkin and me. https://jacket2.org/commentary/first-reading-m-nourbese-philips-zong-6-2
Robert Kocik, Benjamin Aranda, and Vito Acconci talk about poetry & architecture: a 15-minute excerpt from a 2009 event – new PennSound podcast: https://jacket2.org/podcasts/poetry-and-architecture