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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. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and ...
 
The CiRCE Institute Podcast Network is made up four regular shows: FORMA, featuring interviews and conversations with educators, writers, and thinkers. The Mason Jar featuring Cindy Rollins, all Charlotte Mason all the time. Close Reads, a book club podcast, featuring Angelina Stanford and Tim McIntosh. Ask Andrew, in which Andrew Kern answers listener questions about Christian classical education. As well as various seasonal shows like The Commons with Brian Phillips, The Divided Line with ...
 
From the Close Reads Podcast Network, Close Reads is a book-club podcast hosted by David Kern and featuring an array of contributors, including Tim McIntosh, Heidi White, and others. We read Great Books and talk about them. A NOTE ABOUT OLDER EPISODES: Since most podcast apps don't go further back than 100 episodes, you'll need to click here to listen to anything further back than that. And our first 32 episodes can be found here, on the original CiRCE Institute feed. See acast.com/privacy f ...
 
A multiracial mix of queer writers talk about sex, relationships, race, identity, what we like to read, and who we like to read. It's not about food — we just really like the pun. Hosted by Dennis Norris II, Joseph Osmundson, Tommy Pico, and Fran Tirado. Part of the iHeartRadio Podcast Network, produced by Domino Sound.
 
Brought to you by The Close Reads Podcast Network, The Play's the Thing is the ultimate resource for lovers of Shakespeare. Dedicating six episodes to each play (one per act, plus a Q&A episode), this podcast explores the themes, scenes, characters, and lines that make Shakespeare so memorable. In the end, we will cover every play The Bard wrote, thus permitting an ongoing contemplation and celebration of the most important writer of all time. Join us. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and o ...
 
A podcast for the book-obsessed featuring interviews with contemporary authors, discussions about key figures and movements in literature history, examinations of various genres and current events in the lit world, and celebrations of book nerdom (book stores, book design, book collections, etc.) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Home of the SIP (STEM/STEAM Information Pods) our 10-15 Daily Minute Podcast. STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Art/Design and Math) are the global language and AGILE is the implementation method for radical change by innovators, inventors, entrepreneurs, thought leaders and change agents! Take Ten to Fifteen Minutes Everyday to Better Understand the Digital Language that will unlock the mysteries of Science, Technology, Engineer and Math which rule the World We Live In. We must STAY WOK ...
 
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Was Shakespeare anti-semitic? In this bonus episode, Tim chats about this question with special guest Judith "Sparky" Roberts. Sparky comes from a Jewish background and was a theatre teacher at the University of Oregon and Lane Community College. Her graduate study, at Brandeis University, was under the great American Shakespearean actor, Morris Ca…
 
Today's poem is by "William Wordsworth, (born April 7, 1770, Cockermouth, Cumberland, England—died April 23, 1850, Rydal Mount, Westmorland), English poet whose Lyrical Ballads (1798), written with Samuel Taylor Coleridge, helped launch the English Romantic movement." --bio from Britannica.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informat…
 
On today's show: two sonnets from Sally Thomas for autumn. You can read them here: https://www.plough.com/en/topics/culture/poetry/two-sonnets-sally-thomas -- Sally Thomas is a poet, fiction writer, essayist, and teacher. She was born in Memphis, Tennessee, in 1964, holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Vanderbilt University, and has pursued grad…
 
Louise Glück, in full Louise Elisabeth Glück, (born April 22, 1943, New York, New York, U.S.), American poet whose willingness to confront the horrible, the difficult, and the painful resulted in a body of work characterized by insight and a severe lyricism. In 2020 she was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature, cited “for her unmistakable poetic v…
 
Rhina P. Espaillat has published ten full-length books and three chapbooks, comprising poetry, essays, and short stories, in both English and her native Spanish, and translations from and into both languages. Her work appears in many journals, anthologies, and websites, and has earned national and international awards, including the T. S. Eliot Pri…
 
Elizabeth Bishop, (born Feb. 8, 1911, Worcester, Mass., U.S.—died Oct. 6, 1979, Boston, Mass.), American poet known for her polished, witty, descriptive verse. Her short stories and her poetry first were published in The New Yorker and other magazines. -- Britannica.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Wallace Stevens, (born Oct. 2, 1879, Reading, Pa., U.S.—died Aug. 2, 1955, Hartford, Conn.), American poet whose work explores the interaction of reality and what man can make of reality in his mind. It was not until late in life that Stevens was read at all widely or recognized as a major poet by more than a few. --Bio via Britannica.com See acast…
 
Alice Cary (b. April 26, 1820, Mount Healthy, near Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.—d. February 12, 1871, New York, New York) and Phoebe Cary (b. September 4, 1824, Mount Healthy, near Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.—d. July 31, 1871, Newport, Rhode Island) were also noted for their involvement in the women’s rights movement. --Bio via Britannica.com See acast.com/pr…
 
Sir Walter Raleigh, Raleigh also spelled Ralegh, (born 1554?, Hayes Barton, near Budleigh Salterton, Devon, England—died October 29, 1618, London), English adventurer and writer, a favourite of Queen Elizabeth I, who knighted him in 1585. Accused of treason by Elizabeth’s successor, James I, he was imprisoned in the Tower of London and eventually p…
 
Christopher Marlowe, (baptized Feb. 26, 1564, Canterbury, Kent, Eng.—died May 30, 1593, Deptford, near London), Elizabethan poet and Shakespeare’s most important predecessor in English drama, who is noted especially for his establishment of dramatic blank verse. --Bio via Britannica.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
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