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Best Poetry podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Poetry podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Every weekday, Tracy K. Smith delivers a different way to see the world – through poetry. Produced in partnership with the Poetry Foundation.
Readings and conversation with The New Yorker's poetry editor, Kevin Young.
Radio 3's cabaret of the word, featuring the best poetry, new writing and performance
The editors go inside the pages of Poetry, talking to poets and critics, debating the issues, and sharing their poem selections with listeners.
Audio recordings of classic and contemporary poems read by poets and actors, delivered every day.
Producer Helena de Groot explores the diverse world of contemporary poetry with readings by poets, interviews with critics, and short poetry documentaries. Nothing is off limits, and nobody is taken too seriously.
The Writer's Almanac is a daily podcast of poetry and historical interest pieces, usually of literary significance, hosted by Garrison Keillor.
A weekly poetry podcast that features interviews with poets, reviews of poetry books, examinations of individual poems, and investigations of themes in poetry. Sit back, relax, and let poetry speak to you.
Presented by the Close Reads Podcast Network, The Daily Poem offers one essential poem each weekday morning. From Shakespeare and John Donne to Robert Frost and E..E Cummings, The Daily Poem curates a broad and generous audio anthology of the best poetry ever written, read-aloud by David Kern and an assortment of various contributors to the Close Reads network. Some lite commentary is included and the shorter poems are often read twice, as time permits.
Interesting People Reading Poetry is a short, sound-rich podcast where artists and luminaries read a favorite poem and share what it means to them. Created by Andy & Brendan Stermer.
The Poetry Translation Centre is dedicated to translating contemporary poetry from Africa, Asia and Latin America. Each week we bring you a new poem podcast from one of the world's greatest living poets, in both the original language and in English translation. To find out more about our work, please visit www.poetrytranslation.org. The Poetry Translation Centre is funded by Arts Council England.
Making enemies with the Poetry Foundation and Quillette while falling asleep at work
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.
A series of discussions, interviews and live recordings with poets from the UK and abroad in which we examine the writing process. Episodes every three months. Est. October 2014 in South East London. Proudly working class.
Multilingual Poetry Collection of favorite public-domain poems in languages other than English.
Interview with Poets about their New Books
The channel where Love, Romance, Poetry are discussed....
The podcast for short story and poetry lovers.
The Speakeasy Cafe's Sound of Ink open-mic poetry show airs every Thursday at 4pm west coast / 7 pm east coast time! Hosted by Nyla Alisia, this show offers non-stop poetic entertainment where it is all about YOU the POETS! The Speakeasy Cafe is an eclectic, supportive, passionate and inspiring place to come share your words, listen to other poets, inspire and be inspired! Poets write because they have something to say, Come take the mic and say it! You are always welcome at the Speakeasy Cafe!
KBOO Radio is a community-powered station in Portland Oregon
Poetry Non-Stop is a poetry podcast presented by Patrick Widdess
Funny poems for children
Monthly podcasts from the Scottish Poetry Library, hosted by Colin Waters.
This is the podcast channel of The Poetryhood. Hosted by Jamil Adas.This show contains 2 types of episodes:1) Spit Poetry: plain and simply.. poetry.2) Conversations with poets.Happy Poetry Listening!
Poetry Super Highway's monthly live open reading featuring contest announcements, poetry, interview, spoken word tracks and more. Call in and read a poem!
Join Dr Sam Illingworth as he provides insight into new scientific research via the medium of poetry.
Interviews with poets from Australia and overseas about what they read and how they write.
Poetic ASMR by Adèle Elysée. Designed to hypnotize. All works are original unless otherwise stated in the title. It’s going to get vulnerable; are you ready? Listen—- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nakedpoetry/support
A monthly podcast featuring selected material from Uncanny Magazine, including fiction, poetry, and interviews.
Kelly Writers House impresario Al Filreis leads a lively roundtable discussion of a single poem with a series of rotating guests including Tracie Morris, Rachel Blau DuPlessis, erica kaufman, Charles Bernstein, Sawako Nakayasu, Simone White, and others.
Writers Corner Podcast from WLRH. Featuring Authors and their stories.
Conrad's Corner is a periodic collection of short poems and poetic excerpts, often seasonal in nature, culled by Conrad Balliet. This podcast features works by local poets from Southwestern Ohio.
In this podcast I read other people's (published) poetry. Some of the classic poets, some contempory ones, and everyone in between.I also do a little commentary on each poem, and sometimes the poet too.
Verse First is a monthly Podcast hosted by writer and poet Adrian B Earle (AkA Think/Write/Fly) and produced and edited by Kallen Daynes and Gavin Randhawa, exploring the themes that resonate in contemporary poetry. Audio essays featuring interviews with your next favourite poet on the creation of their work, the craft of verse. These musings on verse are accompanied by unique studio readings of some of the most fantastic artists of both page and stage.
The Cape and Islands region has long provided inspiration to artists, and WCAI gives poetry a place in its weekly line-up. Every Sunday morning during Weekend Edition the work of a different local poet will be featured. Join us at 8:34 for Poetry Sunday - or listen here to the podcast.
Featuring original writing, music, theater, journalism and reflections from Pittsburgh-area youth
Twice a week or so, the London Review Bookshop becomes a miniature auditorium in which authors talk about and read from their work, meet their readers and engage in lively debate about the burning topics of the day. Fortunately, for those of you who weren't able to make it to one of our talks, were able to make it but couldn't get a ticket, or did in fact make it but weren't paying attention and want to listen again, we make a recording of everything that happens. So now you can hear Alan Be ...
Have some “tracks" of your music, poetry or anything original in audio that you'd like on iTunes? All I need is an audio track, a short text blurb about what we are hearing, and if possible a jpeg picture to go along with it.
A weekly podcast celebrating participatory arts in the North East.
Conversations with creative minds...
Exploring Israeli literature in English translation. Host Marcela Sulak takes you through Israel’s literary countryside, cityscapes, and psychological terrain, and the lives of the people who create it.
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The SPEAKEASY CAFE ~ONLINE~ OPEN MIC POETRY RADIO SHOW INSPIRE AND BE INSPIRED! Show time: 5:00 pm West coast - 8:00 pm East coast REMEMBER TO CALL IN EARLY!! The call in number is 646-595-3965 Info: You do not have to be logged in to listen to the show, but you do to join in the Poet's chat-room. It's a good way to network with other writers and t…
This week's poem is by Bejan Matur. The poem is read first in English translation by Jen Hadfield and then in Turkish by Bejan herself. Bejan Matur is the most illustrious poet among a bold women’s poetry emerging from the Middle East. Her poetry engages directly and concretely with the struggles of her Kurdish people, and yet there is also a mysti…
Muriel Strode (b 1875) was an American poet about whom I have been able to only find bits and pieces about her life. She was born in Illinois, and from what I gather, she was a self-made woman both in business and as a writer. She is the originator of a quote often misattributed to Ralph Waldo Emerson: “I will not follow where the path may lead, bu…
Ellen Bass joins Kevin Young to read “Quahogs,” by Frank X. Gaspar, and her own poem “Because.” A chancellor of the Academy of American Poets, Bass has received the Lambda Literary Award for poetry, the Pablo Neruda Prize for poetry, and fellowships from the California Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts.…
Margaret Balich, a senior at Winchester Thurston school with a collection of original couplets, Hunter Laswell, a student at Pennsylvania Leadership Charter school with a commentary on insect conservation, and Supriya, a teen from India, with a poem on education. Background Music:"Maccary Bay" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative…
In this episode, Sheryl Paul reads from “Song of Myself” by Walt Whitman. Paul is a counselor working in the tradition of Jungian depth psychology. She runs the popular blog and website, Conscious Transitions, and is the author, most recently, of The Wisdom of Anxiety: How Worry & Intrusive Thoughts Are Gifts to Help You Heal. Paul writes of anxiet…
This episode explores new research, which has found that historical housing policies are responsible for a disproportionate exposure to dangerous climate impacts. --- Read this episode’s science poem here. Read the scientific study that inspired it here. Read ‘Color Blind (For Real)’ by Marc Livanos and Quincy Hull here. --- Music by Rufus Beckett.…
@YouKnowFargo returns to talk about his show My Father, My Martyr, and Me and Solmaz Sharif's LOOK. We also talked at length about Lake Michigan by Daniel Borzutzky, The Life of Poetry by Muriel Rukeyser, A Theory of Birds by Zaina Alsous, All This Burning Earth by Sean Bonney, White Blight by Athena Farrokhzad, and Excess - The Factory by Leslie K…
The editors discuss Gerald Stern’s poem “Torn Coat” from the January 2020 issue of Poetry.
Another packed show featuring poets reading their poems from Sioux St. Marie, Canada, Birmingham, AL, Topanga Canyon, CA, Escondido, CA, West Hollywood, CA, The San Francisco Bay Area, North Carolina, and Missouri! As always, hosted by Poetry Super Highway's Rick Lupert.By PSH Live
Dean Rader, co-editor of the new anthology "Native Voices: Indigenous American Poetry, Craft and Conversations" talks about the intergenerational influences of the included poets and reads some of their work.Find the anthology, here: https://www.tupelopress.org/product/native-voices-indigenous-american-poetry-craft-and-conversations/Visit our websi…
Becca Klaver writes in the poem 'Hooliganism Was the Charge,' It offered reassurance which said, “You are not alone; I can hear you.” Her forthcoming collection, Ready for the World (Black Lawrence Press 2020), reminds us that no matter the digital distance between us we are never quite alone. A collection that both casts and dispels the bindings e…
Sometimes we speak words that shatter hearts and wound souls. The words we utter to those we care and love penetrates deeper than we think...--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/prince-gauthier/message
In this episode I read My Sad Self by Allen Ginsberg from the collected poems of Allen Ginsberg. Thank you for listening and I hope you enjoy this episode.
David Turner is in Walthamstow, east London talking to Vanessa Onwuemezi. The pair discuss how Vanessa came to be pursuing a life in writing and how she judges the quality of her writing.This episode includes a short tribute to friend and poet Mishi 'Dulwich Hamlet' Morath who sadly passed away before Christmas.Download a full transcript of this co…
“In The Magical Language of Others, E. J. Koh writes of the boundary between anonymity and naming, between absence and abandonment, between cruelty and safety for four generations of mothers and daughters, each speaking with an occupied heart and crossing narrative borders between Korea, Japan, and America. As a reader, you give yourself over to he…
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A must for those who submit poetry and fiction to presses and magazines - the Verb takes a deep dive into the language of the poetry publishing world. It's a vibrant landscape, with publishers like Carcanet celebrating 50 years in business, and a whole host of smaller presses and magazine publishers thriving both online and in print. Many of the pe…
This is a song I wrote for my dad on his birthday. In a way it is an extension of my "Daddy" poem, which you can also find in a prior episode. The bottom line is that I believe everything can be brought back to poetry. If you choose to see life in this way--that's when life truly becomes so colorful. I named it lavender for a few reasons but the ma…
Were Back! with Episode 10, Part 2 of the Verve Poetry Festival. with chats and poems from Momtaza Mehri, Theresa Lola, Sophie Collins, Vani Capildeo and Sumita Chakraborty. Each of these poets deserves an episode to themselves, but in one wonderful day in February I got to have Quick sit down interviews with all of them. our conversation presented…
Cambridge-based poet Fay Roberts talks about their recent residency at Peterborough Market for the Syntax Poetry Festival and reads some of the poems that came out of the project. Fay also sets a lemon-based exercise to add some zest to your writing.https://www.facebook.com/FayRobertsPoet/poetrynonstop.com…
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