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Ben Pease and I talk with the poet and psychotherapist, Matt L. Rohrer (now publishing under “Roar”), (who also used to play on an all-poets basketball team in NYC with Ben) about his evolution from being a poet and working with kids to being an independent clinical social worker. Fascinatingly, Matt’s work with young men […]…
 
Ben Pease and I talked with the amazing Vermont poet, writer and artist Shanta Lee Gander who gives lectures on the life of Lucy Terry Prince as a member of the Vermont Humanities Council Speakers Bureau. As we are the end of Black History Month, we wanted to take a moment to really honor the […]By Ruth Stone House Podcast
 
This episode is part-un-planned-conversation, part-mutual-interview–poets Bianca Stone and Mark Leidner discuss how the self functions in and outside of the poem, what it might say about the anxiety of the poet, how the speaker functions in the poem, the ecosystem of poetry and desire desire desire. What happens when poets sit down without much of …
 
Bianca Stone talking with the acclaimed Serbian American poet and former co-poetry editor of the Paris Review, about what life and in Covid, marital squabbles of crows, the dullness of growing up between his grandfather’s farm in rural Serbia, and the excitement of Belgrade; how nature and city works in his poems, and the wandering […]…
 
Talking today with acclaimed poet, Natalie Shapero about her most recent collection of poetry about the poetry that deal with the human being against an array of neoliberal and capitalistic systems; against the dynamics of people in proximity to one another; what it might look like to write towards oblivion; the wry truth of sadness; […]…
 
In this podcast I’m talking with the poet Chariot Wish and their editor, the poet Ben Fama, about Chariot’s new chapbook called: a new heaven and a new earth, from Wonder. The poems in the book are intensely intimate, exploring sexuality, spirituality and the place of the self in a patchwork whirlwind of culture, society […]…
 
like a spree of free association that comes to make meaning Talking with the acclaimed poet, Sarah Arvio about her beautiful new book. Cry Back My Sea, a book meditating on love and anger in the domestic relationship. Here, we discuss the musicality of words, their long associations and allusions; and writing the poems we […]…
 
Talking with the New York City based poet, Anselm Berrigan about his amazing new collection of poetry, Pregrets–our relationships to visual arts, interacting with it in poetry, the uses of narrative in art and the assembly of a line of poetry. We go deep, we go far. Poetry entails:::::: “It’s…figuring out when specific conditions of […]…
 
Riding Bareback on a Good Associative Leap! “But as soon as I notice how happy I am. how close to the sun, there I go plummeting into the background of the same same painting as ever.” Talking with the poet, Craig Morgan Teicher about his most recent collection of poetry from BOA, Welcome to Sonnetsville, […]…
 
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