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Your weekly appointment with the muse. Listen to interviews and readings with Canada's top spoken word, slam, and literary poets. Canadian poetry, at its best.
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Bonnie Nish and Jude Neale join RC Weslowski and Kevin Spenst to talk about the collaboration that created the new book Cantata in Two Voices on Ekstasis Editions.
Poet Aja Moore joins Lucia Misch and RC Weslowski to share some poems and discuss coping with existing in a capitalist society.
RC and Lucia share some work from the CD Tickle Trunk including Al Mader's holiday classic "Let's not bother with Christmas this year."
Elee Kraljii Gardiner joins RC Weslowski to read from her new book Trauma Head and to promote the book launch at Massy Books.
Rhea Tregebov joins Lucia Misch and RC Weslowski to share some new poems.
Acclaimed poet and songwriter, Rodney DeCroo joins Pam Bentley and RC Weslowski to talk about the Al Purdy 100th birthday tribute night and to share some of Purdy's poems. This was also the last show for Pam Bentley as co host.
Lucia Misch and RC Weslowski share some prerecorded poems from around the world including Halifax with former Poet Laureate of that city, El Jones.
Local multi media artist/poet, Siling Zhang joins RC Weslowski and Lucia Misch to share some of their poems and talk about absurdist ways of living in the world.
Pam and RC dig into their bag of spooky poems and pull out some cool stuff by Johnny Cash, Ronnie Dean Harris and others.
Award winning poet Shazia Hafiz Ramji joins co-hosts RC Weslowski and Kevin Spenst to read from her new book Port of Being (Invisible Publishing 2018), and talk about addiction, writing trauma at a slant, the influence of Vito Acconci's Following Piece on the book, and interviewing writers writing through an intersectional lens.…
Kim Trainor joins Pamela Bantley and RC Weslowski to talk about Kim's new book, Ledi from Bookhug publishing.
Poet Jennifer Zilm joins co-hosts Kevin Spenst and Pamela Bentley to read from her new book The Missing Field (Guernica Editions 2018), and talk about favourite words, poetic structures, tattoos, etymology, ephemera, texting, feelings in poems, and the meaning of "missing field."
Shaun Robinson, poet and one of the founders of Rahila's Ghost Press joins Wax Poetic co-host Kevin Spenst to chat and read from his chapbook, Manmade Clouds (Frog Hollow Press, 2017). They discuss MFA programs, writing process, and the inspiration and influence of Patricia Lockwood's poetry, Fred Herzog's photography, city walks, riddles, and ...…
One of our terrific co-hosts, Kevin Spenst is also our guest today as Kevin reads from their new book Upend.
Performance Poet, Rob Gee, was in town performing at the Vancouver Fringe Festival and joined us to talk about his show, Forget Me Not.
Charlie Petch was in town to promote their Vancouver Fringe Festival Show, Mel Malarkey Gets the Bums Rush.
Acclaimed writer, Michael Turner joins us to talk about his new book 9x11 and his book launch on September 11th.
Isabella Wang joins us to share some poems and talks about life.
Vancouver based poet, Cynthia Sharp joins us to read from her new book Rainforest in Russet ahead of her book launch.
Chelene Knight joins co-hosts Kevin Spenst and Pamela Bentley to read poems from her books Dear Current Occupant and Braided Skin, as well as discussing memoir in poetry and prose. Originally recorded June 4, 2018. Aired August 1, 2018.
Ian Ferrier, in town from Montreal, takes listeners and host Pamela Bentley away from the summer heat wave with some passionate winter poems from his book, Bear Dreams, as well as reading his new children's book, A Child Sees Winter Coming and a Bear Dreams, illustrated by Cameron Murray.
Mohammad Kebbewar joins Pamela Bentley and RC Weslowski to read from his new chapbook, The Soap of Aleppo on Jackpine Press and to talk about life in Aleppo, Syria.
Spoken Word Poet, Bassam joins RC to read from Bassam's 2 chapbooks and to talk about eating disorders, mental health and why they moved to Vancouver.
Tanya Evanson joins RC Weslowski to talk about the Zenship, Bothism and being a mentor and featured artist at the WORD CAMP Program.
Kimberly joins RC in studio to talk about and read from her new book called Love and Errors.
Jami Macarty joins Kevin and Pam for a chat about...POETRY
Kevin Spenst and Pamela Bentley host Jacqueline Turner as she prepares for a reading in Vancouver.
Vancouver Poetry Slam Grand Slam Champion, Lindi Nolte is our guest today and she sits down and chats with Kevin and RC about all sorts of things..
Vancouver/Port Moody, Poet, Rob Taylor joins us to talk about some of his current poetry activities. The discussion includes clinical depression, fatherhood, hair cuts and staying at the Al Purdy A Frame.
Legendary poet, songwriter, busker and Outsider Artist, Al Mader aka The Minimalist Jug Band, joins Pam and RC in studio.
Andrew Warner is one wheel of the Tiny Tricycle Poets and he joins us to talk about his growth as a poet and about writing high as Vanilla Thunder.
Pam and RC open up the CD Tickle Trunk to play some fresh audio from Brandon Wint, Moe Clark, and Alessandra Naccarato plus some older material by Gruff the Poet, Sonya Littlejohn, and Tony Brown with Duende.
Wanda Kehewin joins Pam and RC to talk about her upcoming book as well as surviving generational trauma.
Janet joins RC to talk about her residency at the Joy Kogawa House and the resurgence of Indigenous Writing in Canada.
Prior to the Al Purdy A Frame Fundraiser, Danny Peart joins us to talk about Al Purdy and to read some work from both of them.
Henry joins us to promote the final Thursday's Writing Collective chapbook release and reading.
Vancouver Poetry Slam 2017 Team Member, Molly Billows joins Pam for a chat about Verses and hosting a talk back with Andrea Gibson and to share some poems
Bernice Lever joins for a visit to talk about poetry and peace and activism and breaking ground as a female downhill skier.
Candian+Antiguan Dub Poet Legend, Clifton Joseph dropped by to share some perspective on the poetry scene of today and read some poems ahead of his Pandora's Collective reading in West Vancouver.
Fiona and Jane visit us to talk about the anthology they co edited, Love Me True: The Ins and Out and Ups and Downs of Marriage.
Experimental writer Matea Kuli? joins co-hosts Pamela Bentley and Kevin Spenst to discuss poetry warm-ups, the different ways in which poetry can be performed, and the poetic value of being a prolific email writer.
Jonina Lynn Kirton joins Pam and RC to talk about the Growing Room Festival as well as her recent trip to Iceland to read poetry and meet long lost relatives.
UBC Professor, Ian Williams joins us to read some poems and talk about tennis and other things
Juliane Okot Bitek joins Pam and Kevin to share some poems and talk about the question "Where are you from?"
Brandon Wint joins co-hosts Kevin Spenst and Pamela Bentley to talk about love, his favourite poets, performing poems, his CD Infinite Mercies, how being a lover is like being a poet, and more.
Beni Xiao joins Kevin Spents and RC Weslowski to read from Beni's new chapbook "Bad Egg" and to discuss what that means among other things.
Just prior to their reading at Twisted Poets, Cornelia Hoogland joined Pam Bentley and Kevin Spenst to talk about the Trailer Park Elegies.
Pam, Kevin and RC are all in studio to share some audio out of the CD Tickle Trunk including Bill Bissett, Ronnie Dean Harris, Janet Marie Rogers, Joanne Arnott and the Word Burglars
Burnaby Writer's Society President, Lara Varesi joins us to recap 2017, share some poems and talk about what's coming up of the Society in 2018.
Nationally known spoken word poet, Johnny MacRae joins to talk about his CD Mouth Music and to promote his feature at UBC Slam.
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