Best Kerouac podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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Kerouac meets up with interesting people to talk tech, the future, games and general pop culture. It's a work in progress.
 
Poetry has been defined as “words that want to break into song.” Musicians who make music seek to “say something”. Parlando will put spoken words (often, but not always, poetry) and music (different kinds, limited only by the abilities of the performing participants) together. The resulting performances will be short, 2 to 10 minutes in length. The podcast will present them un-adorned. How much variety can we find in this combination? Listen to a few episodes and see. Hear the sound and sens ...
 
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PZ's Podcast
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From "Telstar" to "Vault of Horror," from Rattigan to Kerouac, from the Village of Bray to the Village of Midwich, help PZ link old ancient news and pop culture. I think I can see him, "Crawling from the Wreckage." Will he find his way? This show is brought to you by Mockingbird! www.mbird.com
 
Genre-hopping record label and events collective - Manchester and worldwide.From back street basements to loft galleries to an array of disused industrial warehouses - Love Dose is bringing a touch of sunshine to the UK's rainy city. Procurers of electronic music with feeling; road tested on our dance floors and ready to share with lovers around the globe.Residents and label artists include; Kerouac, Efenar, Josimar, Rabbithole, Seelie, Bobby Ganoush, Laura Jackson, Demetae and Bail.
 
Featuring spontaneous readings and erstwhile discourse from selected literary – from Russians to beats to contemporaries – plus usually smattering of original works by host Dave, often with eclectic assortment of music, and always recorded at splendid locale.
 
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Lustmordia
Monthly+
 
A true crime podcast. Sometimes inappropriate, sometimes disgusting, sometimes charming, always a podcast.
 
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.
 
The Brassy Broadcast is an exploration of ways we create, engage, and communicate more effectively using technology, social media, and non-traditional broadcast platforms.
 
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Subterranea
Monthly+
 
Matt brings you an hour of thematic free-association through spoken word and the best music from Portland, from around the world, from across the century. It's neo-beatnik, it's post-surreality, it's your guide through the Singularity.
 
Have you ever read a novel, short story, poem, or narrative and then found yourself wondering about it's creator, their backstory, and what type of person could construct the piece of literature in your hands? ​ Well, I know I have. ​ Being an avid book worm and all around knowledge-seeking nerd, I discovered one of my favorite things to do after completing either a series or a book that made me question life, reality, or morality as a whole, was to figure out who it was that crafted such a ...
 
Join author John King for eclectic interviews with writers from a variety of genres, including fiction writing, poetry, memoirs, and journalism. From literature to genre writing to the movies, all writing is up for discussion. In particular, The Drunken Odyssey features discussion of all aspects of the writing process—not just the published manuscript, pristinely presented to the entire literate world, but also the scrawled notes and tortured drafts that lead writers there. In long-form inte ...
 
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Ataraxia Podcast
Rare
 
A collective that strives to unearth and share the transcendental nature of the groove, melody and swing; the roots of the music we love so much.
 
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Spacegrass Radio
Weekly
 
I read poems almost daily, upload original poems as Open Mic Night episodes.
 
Clark Coolidge talks Jack Kerouac and a history of Modern Jazz.
 
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Comatose Podcast
Monthly+
 
A short weekly collection of pithy stories and insightful commentary.
 
From the stage to your earholes at the speed of light
 
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This time, we try playing a dumb game @kerouacsmith made up, then start talking about our latest binges. See what's in the @shotgunmikeh search history, if you dare! Unfortunately, we end on a downer as the right wingers in Ohio once again try to shut down bodily autonomy for women. Credits: God is Gay/Poisson; ROZKOL/Broken Beats…
 
Frustration, journaling, Jack Kerouac, and jazz meet Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
 
In this week’s episode, David James Poissant turns the tables on John King and interviews him about the miraculous release of his epic novel, Guy Psycho and the Ziggurat of Shame. TEXT DISCUSSED Here is the original Guy Psycho short story.
 
Imputation is the prime "agent" within the great dynamic of the Grace of God. As one need never tire of saying, imputation is when you regard someone as better (or finer or prettier or stronger or kinder) than they are. And the effect of imputation is to make the person actually become, in "real time" and real life, the way they are being regar ...…
 
My Awkward Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Journal podcast series has grown up into a real podcast. I'm co-hosting a new podcast with my coach AJ Clingerman, all about Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. It's called Beauty and the Gi. Here are the links to listen and subscribe. You can also find it in your favorite podcast apps. Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/ ...…
 
Excepts from a 1862 Ralph Waldo Emerson essay that muses on technology, renewable energy, ecology, and civic activism. For more about this and other combinations of various words with original music visit frankhudson.org
 
Carl Sandburg's poem of trains and destinations performed with a rock band. For more about this and other combinations of various words (mostly poetry) with original music, go to frankhudson.org
 
Ralph Waldo Emerson has a surprisingly contemporary observation about water that can serve or destroy us. For more about this and other combinations of various words with original music, visit frankhudson.org
 
Continuing our serialization of T. S. Eliot's "The Waste Land" with the the portrayal of the aftermath of a loveless tryst. For more about this and other combinations of various words and original music visit frankhudson.org
 
The next segment of "The Fire Sermon," part of our serial performance of T. S. Eliot's "The Waste Land" for National Poetry Month. For more about this and other combination of words and original music visit frankhudson.org
 
In this week’s episode, Chelsey Clammer, David James Poissant, Rion Amalcar Scott, and I discuss how to survive in the writing life before an AWP audience in Portland, Oregon. NOTES If you are anywhere near Miami, check out the O, Miami Poetry Festival. Please review this show on iTunes. My novel comes out next week.…
 
Charlotte Mew's beautiful and unusual take on heaven and heavenly rewards. For more on this and other combinations of various words and original music, visit frankhudson.org
 
Is Emily Dickinson's famous poem simple praise for hope, or are there undercurrents? Here's my performance of it. To read more about this question go to frankhudson.org
 
In this episode I read 8: Excursus on Prose Style by Clive James from his collection of poetry Gate of Lilacs. And I do a little commentary on the poem. I hope you enjoy this episode, thank you for listening.
 
Continuing in our "roots of Emily Dickinson" series for National Poetry month, here's a poem that influenced Dickinson. Despite the title, this isn't a hopeful poem! For more about this and other combinations of various words and original music in various styles visit frankhudson.org
 
In this episode I read Tests by Jill Jones from her collection of poems Viva the Real. And I do a little commentary on the poem. I hope you enjoy this episode, thank you for listening.
 
In this episode I read I think of Hemingway by Charles Bukowski from his collection of poetry Storm for the Living and the Dead. And a do a little commentary on the poem. I hope you enjoy this episode, thank you for listening.
 
In this week’s episode, I go back to Jack Kerouac's house to talk to fellow fiction writer and NYU alum Sara Batkie about Realism, Magic Realism, historical fiction, the composition of a story collection, NYU's MFA program, the upsides of reading for literary magazines, and our evolutions as writers. TEXT DISCUSSED…
 
Before 1890 the most famous woman writer from Amherst Massachusetts wasn’t Emily Dickinson, it was Helen Hunt Jackson. For more about this and other combinations of words and original music, visit frankhudson.org
 
As part of our continuing National Poetry Month serialization of Eliot's "The Waste Land," here's the first section of "The Fire Sermon" done with a bluesy touch. For more about this and other pieces combining various word and original music, visit frankhudson.org
 
The second part of T. S. Eliot's "The Waste Land" performed with music. To hear Part I, "The Burial of the Dead" or the beginning of Part III "The Fire Sermon" and to read more about the Parlando Project performances visit frankhudson.org
 
For National Poetry Month, a Carl Sandburg collection of koans he wrote about poetry. For more about this and other combinations of various words with original music, visit frankhudson.org
 
Aldous Leonard Huxley was a 20th century British writer and philosopher probably best known for his 1932 novel Brave New World, though in total Huxley would write over fifty nonfiction and fiction works throughout his life, as well as collections of essays, narratives, and poetry. By the end of his career, Huxley was considered one of the forem ...…
 
So I was looking high and low for a little peace the other day. An article I read had upset me, and I thought to myself, "Well, if that's true, then why not just go to sleep for the next ten years, say, and not be conscious." Then suddenly, an hilarious Instagram post came up from a Mockingbird contributor, which sparked an old association: the ...…
 
Emily Dickinson's poem about the elusiveness of meaning can also be taken as a poetic credo to celebrate National Poetry Month. For more about this and other combinations of words with original music visit frankhudson.org
 
In this episode I read The Red Queen by Liam Guilar from his latest collection of poetry A Presentment of Englishry. And I do not do any commentary. I hope you enjoy this episode, thank you for listening.
 
In this week’s episode, Karen Price, Erik Deckers, Terry Ann Thaxton and I read Jack kerouac's poetry to the accompaniment of Ben Deckers's walking bass. Breaking down the show. Photo by Steve Erwin.[/caption] TEXTS DISCUSSED Episode 360 of The Drunken Odyssey, your favorite podcast about creative writing and literature is available on iTunes, ...…
 
Robert Frost's anthem to wind, breath, poetry, and music performed with electric guitar and and band. For more about this and other combinations of various words and original music, visit frankhudson.org
 
Welcome to our latest disaster. Kerouac (@kerouacsmith) and Mike (@shotgunmikeh) try to tackle the release of the Mueller report, but as usual, it devolves into madness. At least now we have an idea why ... and we think some of you might, too. Come say hi on Twitter so we know you are real. Credits: God is Gay/Poisson; Kevin Hartnell/Lucid Coma…
 
In this episode I read Things in Place by Jill Jones from her collection of poetry Viva the Real. And I do a little commentary on the poem. I hope you enjoy this episode, thank you for listening.
 
Robert Frost's spring poem with just a little literary snow in it, performed with electric guitar and keyboards. For more about this and other combinations of various words with various original music, visit frankhudson.org
 
Karl Stig Erland Larsson, or as we all know him, Stieg Larsson, was a Swedish journalist, activist, and writer best known for his Millennium trilogy of crime novels following the life of Lisbeth Salander and Mikel Blomkvist. Sadly for Stieg, he passed away only just after completing the third installment of his Millennium trilogy, The Girl Who ...…
 
In this week’s episode, I talk to Jessica Chiccehitto Hindman about classical music, social class, memoir, and authenticity. Photo by Vanessa Borer. TEXT DISCUSSED NOTES TDO will be sharing a table with Black Fox Literary Magazine at AWP at table T14104, plus I am moderating a panel on life-balance, which I clearly know nothing about. Also, my ...…
 
It's a 'mini episode ... @kerouacsmith hangs out with an alien posing as a human child to talk about their trip to central Ohio's awesome hands on science center -- COSI. Back with a full episode soon. Credits: God is Gay/Poisson; Radley/Theme song
 
In this episode I read Drunken Little Poem by Jack Kerouac from his collection of poetry Pomes All Sizes. And I do a little commentary on the poem. I hope you enjoy this episode, thank you for listening.
 
As the human soul makes its trajectory through life, it "lights on" hoped-for objects of connection. From birth to death, the soul is looking for, urgently aspiring to locate, a substitute for the connection with God that it had before it was born. Unfortunately, the soul is almost always disappointed. That is because no created entity and no l ...…
 
Sara Teasdale's anti-war spring poem of indifferent beauty presented with acoustic guitar and strings. For more about this and other combinations of various words with original music, visit frankhudson.org
 
In this episode I read The Mist of Pornography by Leonard Cohen from his collection of poetry Book of Longing. And I don't really do much commentary on the poem. Thank you for listening, I hope you enjoy this episode.
 
In this week’s episode, I talk again with Mark Blake, biographer of Peter Grant, about what happened to Led Zeppelin after Led Zeppelin. Photo by Ross Halfin.[/caption] TEXT DISCUSSED
 
For St. Patrick's Day we present Yeats poem of homesickness and peace that helped re-imagine Ireland. For more about this and other combinations of various words and original music, visit frankhudson.org
 
I perform Ezra Pound's account of how he wrote this famous early Modernist English poem and then the poem itself accompanied by original music. For more about this and other combinations of various words with music, visit frankhudson.org
 
What happens when two middle-aged dudes try to celebrate a day that's not about them? This ... @kerouacsmith and @shotgunmikeh talk the latest Marvel blockbuster and touch on several subjects they are clearly unqualified to weigh in on. It may be sub-par, but know their hearts are in the right place. Credits: God is Gay/Poisson; Monkey Warhol/L ...…
 
A heart-wrenching poem about an abducted boy called Simon – who lived nearby, was my age and sorta looked like me – in Surrey, BC 1982 – by the “Beast of BC” Clifford Robert Olson (NO relation). Recorded and contributed to Dark Poutine Canadian True Crime podcast – shared here for posterity etc. RIP Simon and the … Continue reading Simon, Stole ...…
 
This remarkable poem about women and men from 1922 works both as a love poem and as political analysis. For more about it's author Genevieve Taggard and other combinations of various words with original music visit frankhudson.org
 
In this episode I read The Heart by Franki Elliot from her collection of poems Stories for people who hate love and other electrical activities of the heart (2nd ed). And I do a little commentary on the poem. Thank you for listening, I hope you enjoy this episode.
 
John Michael Crichton was an American author, screenwriter, producer, film director, certified medical doctor, and television creator active through the late 20th and early 21st centuries, and his books alone have sold over 200 million copies worldwide in 38 languages with over a dozen adapted into films. And yes, you heard me right. Crichton w ...…
 
In this week’s episode, I talk to music writer Mark Blake about his new biography of Peter Grant, the man who empowered Led Zeppelin to become the most popular rock band of all time. Photo by Ross Halfin.[/caption] TEXT DISCUSSED NOTES I will be at AWP. Leave a comment if you are attending and would like a TDO meet and greet.…
 
Wallace Stevens' poem takes a cold look at winter accompanied by original music with bass, acoustic guitar and piano. For more about his and other combinations of various words and original music visit frankhudson.org
 
A 1915 poem by Dada/Surrealist artist Man Ray recast as if it could have been performed by 12-string blues revivalist Dave Ray of Koerner Ray and Glover. For more about this and other combinations of various words with original music visit frankhudson.org
 
W. B. Yeats Romantic and romantic poem about the offering of love. For more about this and other combinations of various words with original music, visit frankhudson.org
 
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