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www.Poetsunplugged.com is a podcast for poets, writers, and their fandom. We share poems book-info, spoken word, etc., Do YOU WANT TO SHARE YOUR WORK? !!! Pls narrate your poem or make a book or author- showcase. Listen for FREE and without commercials! In order to be featured in one of our episodes email Sophi at poetsunplugged@usa.com. You can support our free service by becoming a Poetsunplugged Patreon. Support your favorite poetry podcast with a monthly membership (1, 2, or 3 USD) https ...
 
Real-life stories & interviews – laced with original poetry & music – produced by the creative team at Street Poets Inc. – a Los Angeles-based non-profit organization transforming our world one rhyme at a time. ••••••• Born in an L.A. County juvenile detention camp in 1995, Street Poets works behind bars and beyond, from inner-city high school classrooms to Native American reservations, from local streets and projects to countries as far away as Belize, Sweden, Northern Ireland and South Afr ...
 
Helen fell into writing whilst climbing out of burnout. She worked as a midwife and writes about life, family, health, loss and those whose voices are often unheard. Come and listen to inspiring writers, performers and spoken word artists share their 'take' on Poetry and Health. Expect lively discussions and masterclasses including comedy and trauma, creativity in cancer, writing our grief, addictions, mental health and smiles. Co-runs Satellite of Love Spoken Word Events. Poetry collection ...
 
How does poetry inspire, challenge, and sustain us? Poets at Work explores topics relevant to contemporary poetry, both in the academy and the wider literary community. Tune in for behind-the-scenes insight into how the work of poetry extends beyond what we encounter on the published page.
 
In a world as uncertain as ours, what better way to make sense of chaos than by consulting the stars? Hosts, astrologers and poets Dorothea Lasky and Alex Dimitrov take their signature Twitter style to the airwaves, combining their love of the cosmos and penchant for poetry with a healthy dose of internet culture. You won't want to miss this wild ride of a show.
 
Meet a poet from the vibrant community of poets in the region of Buffalo, New York. Each show features an in-depth , inspirational conversation with an individual poet, including discussion about the creative process and samples of his or her work. Whether you are devoted to the world of poetry or think you don't understand poetry at all, this show offers insight into the nexus of imagination, personality, and experience. Join us on the adventure!
 
Who was John Milton? The author of Paradise Lost you say? Well, certainly, but he was also a man, going about his daily life like any of us in 17th century England, (except that he was a genius of course). Take time to read about a day in his life and learn more about him and his likes, dislikes, background and proclivities. Also, the same with Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Walt Whitman, Lord Byron, Keats and Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Each of them a man or woman of their times, living each day ...
 
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In this inspiring, wisdom-infused episode, poet/storyteller/author/educator FRANK “BUSSTOP PROPHET" ESCAMILLA, our beloved Director of School Programs, is joined by Street Poet Jaylen Poole for a heart-warming, soul-stirring conversation about the healing power of poetry, storytelling and Nerd Culture in the ‘hood. If your inner child hasn't been o…
 
This week, Andrea (https://www.andreacarterbrown.com/) and I, Imogen Arate (https://poetsandmuses.com/imogen-arate/), discuss our respective poems, "The Old Neighborhood" and "Plus ça change....," and September 11th.You can read Andrea's poem at: http://washingtonart.com/beltway/acbrown.htmlYou can also follow Andrea at:Facebook: https://www.facebo…
 
This week, Nematullah (https://ahangosh.wordpress.com/) and I, Imogen Arate (https://poetsandmuses.com/imogen-arate/), discuss our respective poems, "Davis with Vision" and "Stunning Vision," and spiritual connections.You can read Nematullah's poem at: https://afghanvoices.medium.com/davis-with-visions-872d65ceaadf You can also follow Nematullah at…
 
This week, Marcia (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClUaiPaYKtXxXnfxO9VaQ8g) and I, Imogen Arate (https://poetsandmuses.com/imogen-arate/), discuss our respective poems, "Multiple stories in Me" and "Goodbyes," and self narratives.You can also follow Marcia at https://www.instagram.com/marciapeschke/Check out this episode to also hear about virtual…
 
This week, Aaron (https://aaroncaycedokimura.com) and I, Imogen Arate (https://poetsandmuses.com/imogen-arate/), discuss our respective poems, "Screaming Crows" and "Eliminating Temptations," and concern for our parents.You can read our poems at:1. "Screaming Crows" https://www.writerscenter.org/product/ubasute/2. "Eliminating Temptations" https://…
 
Street Poets founding member TAYLOR CODE MAXIE Jr. reflects back on his redemptive journey through gangs, gunshot wounds and prison to the kind of poetic power and hard-won wisdom that saves lives – one rhyme at a time. Laced with Taylor's original poetry and music, this episode sheds light and sound on one of our community's most dramatic origin s…
 
This week, Carmina (https://www.instagram.com/ealantair/) and I, Imogen Arate (https://poetsandmuses.com/imogen-arate/), discuss our respective poems, "Dizzy" and "Erasure," and living abroad.You can read Imogen's poem at: https://www.mmhpressgroup.com/product-page/globalisation-a-poetry-collectionCheck out this episode to also hear about virtual p…
 
This week, Zach (https://zachsemel.wordpress.com/) and I, Imogen Arate (https://poetsandmuses.com/imogen-arate/), discuss our respective poems, "Dreams I’ve Had About You" and "Babylon," and betrayal.You can also follow Zach on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/zach.semelCheck out this episode to also hear about virtual poetry events taking place …
 
This week, Sarah (https://www.sarahliese.com) and I, Imogen Arate (https://poetsandmuses.com/imogen-arate/), discuss our respective poems, "Exhalations to my heavenly hounds" and "The Silent Activist," and erotic poems.You can follow Sarah at:1. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/smliese/2. Twitter: https://twitter.com/liese_sarah3. Facebook: htt…
 
Poets' Corner is WestWords' monthly encounter with celebrated Australian poets, curated by David Ades. Each month a poet is invited to read and talk about their poetry on a theme of the poet's choice. Michele Seminara is a poet and editor from Sydney. Her writing has twice been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and has appeared in journals such as Cor…
 
In this episode Helen talks with Beth Calverley - Poetry Machine. exploring collaboration poetry in places of work including: learning, care and play, helping to express what matters. Bio: Beth Calverley is a poet, creative coach and founder of The Poetry Machine. Her poetry lives and breathes, holding your hand through crisp emotional landscapes. …
 
I'm sorry but I'm not into you I know you're used to people saying "yes" instead of "no" to all of your requests. It must be very difficult to have people say "no" to you. I'm sure that you're going to find someone who is more agreeable than me. https://5amily.com/ladies-shirt/im-a-bowler-to-save-time-lets-just-assume-that-im-always-right-2…
 
A sense of security overcomes me every time I look up to the sky and see the moon. Mankind has always been fascinated with the moon, with the way it's always there; it's always up there, waiting for us to gaze out and admire its beauty. https://5amily.com/hoodie-gildan/bowling-is-my-happy-placeעל ידי Maria Johnson
 
A mutual understanding is established between two people. When you don't know what someone is talking about, it means that you don't understand the topic of conversation. It doesn't necessarily mean that they're trying to be difficult. https://5amily.com/bowling/blog/bowling-a-healthy-pastimeעל ידי Maria Johnson
 
You know that feeling you get when you can't find the words to express what you want to say? Yep, I know it too well. Sometimes I have a hard time describing my thoughts, feelings, and emotions. I feel frustrated and sometimes it feels like my words aren't good enough. https://5amily.com/bowling/blog/5-fascinating-facts-about-the-game-of-bowling…
 
Some people go through life the same way trying to take the easy path and not having the guts to say the things they mean. Or do the things they want to do. But that's for a different kind of person. The people that live in my world, love the idea of transparency. No more hiding behind masks, we want to be who we are and feel free. https://5amily.c…
 
In the past, I was put in the face of adversity. My friends were all around me. They created this sense of being unstoppable, but things are not as they were before. I've let my friends down. I'm sorry... https://5amily.com/phone-case/if-you-feel-something-is-missing-in-your-life-it-is-almost-always-pins…
 
The downside of the fast-paced technology world we live in is sometimes easy to get lost in. I could spend all day feeling jealous of all the people enjoying the perfect lives I will never have. But through that envy, I found myself improving. I had a lot of time to think, which only made me realize what was good in my life. https://5amily.com/top-…
 
This week, Malik (https://open.spotify.com/artist/0C7Bf2O6yYMvSiDnKRq2aB) and I, Imogen Arate (https://poetsandmuses.com/imogen-arate/), discuss our respective poems, "THE REST IS NOW (take 22)" and "What If We Had," and restraint.You can read Malik's poem at: https://www.isolationcollection.com/malik-ameer-crumpler.htmlOther ways of gettin in touc…
 
In this episode Helen talks with T.S. Idiot. Exploring creative poetry production and our writing through journeys in mental health. Recorded outdoors with background sounds of the city. 'Sadness and joys are congealed in the cracks of life' - T.S. Idiot Tom Stockley (AKA T.S. IDIOT) is a queer artist, writer, performer and producer, working across…
 
This week, Margaret (https://ojibwe.net/) and I, Imogen Arate (https://poetsandmuses.com/imogen-arate/), discuss our respective poems, "Naabibii'aan Agoodeg / Tracing Balance" and "Balance," and finding equilibrium.Read Margaret's poem at: https://www.wsupress.wayne.edu/books/detail/what-chickadee-knowsOther ways of following Margaret:1. Instagram:…
 
In this episode Helen discusses storytelling and menopause with storyteller poet and performer Kat Lyons. They explore the craft of storytelling and putting on a show 'Dry Season' exploring perimenopause. Kat is a Bristol-based poet, storyteller, writer and performer. They won both the 2019 Milk Poetry Superslam and the 2019 Lyra: Bristol Poetry Fe…
 
This week, Héctor (http://linktr.ee/dogdaysareover) and I (https://poetsandmuses.com/imogen-arate/) discuss our respective poems, "Internalized Homophobia as Five Stages of Grief (A Fractured Erasure)" and "Frenzy," and self-acceptance.You can also follow Héctor at:1. Artist Website: http://tinyurl.com/ddaomusic2. Facebook Page: https://www.faceboo…
 
In this episode Helen is delighted to talk with poet, librettist Claire Williamson about creative writing and health. Claire generously shares a masterclass on writing through and writing slant to express our words for therapeutic purposes. These times tough times of sharing sorrow in our words can be insightful and uncover joy. Claire Williamson h…
 
This week, Epiphaunye (https://www.etsy.com/shop/EpiphaunyeCrystals) and I (https://poetsandmuses.com/imogen-arate/) discuss our respective poems, "Kundalini" and "Over the Bend," and snakes.You can also follow Epiphaunye at https://www.instagram.com/epiphaunye/Check out this episode to also hear about virtual poetry events taking place during the …
 
In this episode Helen discusses with performance and slam poet Callum Wensley about writing and performing the many characters of grief and mental health. Bio: Callum is a non-binary poet and performer. They are representing Bristol in the next Hammer and Tongue National Slam Finals alongside Jemma Hathaway, and later this year they will be working…
 
This week, Aaron (https://aaronelsabrout.myportfolio.com) and I (https://poetsandmuses.com/imogen-arate/) discuss our respective poems “Wildfire" and “Embers," and destruction as renewal.You can read Aaron's poem at: https://ko-fi.com/post/Wildfire-N4N756XVYYou can also get in touch with Aaron at1. Mastodon: https://mastodon.art/@toreachpoise2. Ins…
 
Some people on the poetry performance scene are quick to say "Poets should never date poets." Award-winning spoken-word flame-throwers ALYESHA WISE and MATTHEW CUBAN HERNANDEZ put that maxim to the test every day as partners in rhyme, and in life. In this episode, they take a break from their duties as Street Poets' program directors, teaching arti…
 
Poets' Corner is WestWords' monthly encounter with celebrated Australian poets, curated by David Ades. Each month a poet is invited to read and talk about their poetry on a theme of the poet's choice. Anthony Lawrence has published seventeen books of poems and novel. His most recent collection is ‘Ken’ (Life Before Man, 2021). His books and individ…
 
In this episode Helen is in conversation with J T Lewis, poet, conservationist, spoken word artist and NHS worker dog borrower and tea-drinker. They discuss Jessi's 'Take' on Poetry and Health... What inspires our writing, 'Creativity is the last rope to hang onto, not just in the times we can 'write well' but those bruised, desperate times when mu…
 
In this episode Helen is talking with poet Pauline Sewards about writing about people in our care without appropriating their stories. they also discuss the linguistics of work. Pauline currently lives between Lincolnshire and Bristol. She founded Satellite of Love Spoken Word events. Her two published poetry collections are This is the Band publis…
 
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