Each week Dr. J shares a poem from one of the nineteenth-century American Fireside Poets, reading it aloud and commenting on it to enhance the listener’s enjoyment of the poem.
Each week, listen to Amanda Holmes introduce and read a poem, beautifully.
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 ...
Poems from Here creates a momentary community of speaker and listeners, where vibrant language slows time down and helps us to pay attention to our world.
Here are 37 distinctively American poems, covering the mid-17th – early 20th Centuries, from Anne Bradstreet to Dorothy Parker’s sole PD work.
The Writer's Almanac is a daily podcast of poetry and historical interest pieces, usually of literary significance. Each day's offering is five minutes long and contains "on this day in history" information as well as an accessible poem.
Stories about life in schools
Cynthia Blomquist Gustavson is a prize-winning poet and a pioneer in the world of poetry therapy. This podcast takes one poem and relates it to the current day, then challenging the listener to write.
We talk about Hindi poetry and poets in this podcast. We read and recite Hindi and Urdu poems that we love. We also discuss the stories around these poems and their poets. First few episodes are dedicated to Bachchan's Madhushala and then we pick up poems from other poets. Drop us a line with your own poems or ones you would love to be read in this podcast. Hit me up on Instagram to talk about this podcast @_ibnbatuta Or reach out at: www.arisudan.com
The Tory is a thinking conservative's literary podcast by Dr. Pratt Datta.
The Poetry Translation Centre is dedicated to translating contemporary poetry from Africa, Asia and Latin America. Each week we bring you a new poem podcast from one of the world's greatest living poets, in both the original language and in English translation. To find out more about our work, please visit www.poetrytranslation.org. The Poetry Translation Centre is funded by Arts Council England.
Poetry touches our deepest emotions. It can stir us to action, or bring us peace. We invite you join our talented readers, and enjoy whatever poem you pick.
The podcast centered on a poetic theme which infuses poetry, news, hot topics, and commentary highlighting a variety of topics between mother and son.
Subscribe and listen to the cosmically ecstatic love poems of the world's most adored poet, Rumi (Jalaluddin Mohammad Balkhi), spoken by Adam Siddiq.
Audio recordings of classic and contemporary poems read by poets and actors, delivered every day.
Poetry Sex religion Piano Musical Astronomy
Poetry is championed here, as Abdiel draws on themes in the Bible, Shakespeare, mythology, and the great epic poem, 'Paradise Lost'.
New podcast weblog
Written and read for Community Radio By Richard Nicholls Every week I would Write a selection of Poems or a short story. The Items would be alternated or mixed. This Item was known as Poems on the Couch. Watch this space for BAND NEW CONTENT COMING SOON!!
You know poetry droppin' when the pen clicks, and poets get it poppin' with the Pen Clique! The boys, Kuya David & Daniel Hees, get the mics lit with fiery guest poets of all backgrounds as they spit flames, roast on wack lines, and laugh at the absurdly serious-but-not-that-serious world of poetry. Now in pre-production for season 3, coming Fall of 2020
Two friends with a passion for 19th and 20th century poetry pick a semi-random poem from that period and have an in-depth, yet off-the-cuff, conversation about it. Contains about 65% serious literary criticism and 35% dumb jokes.
Poem-a-Day is the original and only daily digital poetry series featuring over 250 new, previously unpublished poems by today's talented poets each year.
Revolve One is a collaborative project that seeks to educate, enrich and engage people in many different areas of interest, topics, and marginalized issues, beginning with its creators, and seeks to involve people like you, who: listen, read and support Revolve One in this creative collaboration. We thank you for joining us as we attempt to broaden our view and understanding by exploring and expanding the lens we see these topics thru. Feedback, comments, and love are encouraged to connect w ...
How are the things we're talking about being talked about somewhere else in the world? Gregory Warner tells stories that follow familiar conversations into unfamiliar territory. At a time when the world seems small but it's as hard as ever to escape our echo chambers, Rough Translation takes you places.
Thoughts and comments on poetry in English
Versify is part storytelling and part poetry. It begins by sending our team of poets out into neighborhoods and to community events, where we invite people to share a story from their life. The person they are sharing it to — the person listening — is one of our poets. This is where the magic comes in. The poet listens intently and then turns that life story into a poem, on the spot.
A monthly magazine type podcast focusing primarily on Leicestershire and the East Midland U.K. Features on local places of interest and heritage eg music, regular items "Telephone Tom Ticklers one liners", "The Vault heritage", "Poem of the month","Story Time", "The Grouching settee", "Interview of the month" etc. A lively and varied 35/40 minutes of wide ranging articles and information tailored to the County of Leicestershire and surrounds.
The world's top authors and critics join host Pamela Paul and editors at The New York Times Book Review to talk about the week's top books, what we're reading and what's going on in the literary world.
Poetry read aloud every morning.
This is a collection of the earlier poems of Julia Caroline Dorr. - Summary by Carolin
Talking poetry, writing, and life in RVA.
An UPstander is someone who sees something and takes a stand. Here we will explore issues relating to social justice. Some posts will be motivational, some educational. Some times I may drop a rhyme or poem! The goal is to share stories and opinions that help us build a human family. Share your thoughts and share with others!
After surviving a near fatal brain injury David has had to learn how to live again. There is loss of memory and identity yet there is no loss without gain. Whilst lying in hospital a song played in his mind, then another and he realised he'd once written them. They were asking to be sung and they gave him the words for his One Last Poem.
Seventeen poems about the sea or in which the sea plays an important role. - Summary by david wales
This is a volume of poems by Ella Wheeler Wilcox, published in 1919. - Summary by Carolin
Librivox’s Long Poems Collection 004: a collection of 8 public-domain poems longer than 5 minutes in length.
From Slate.com, a weekly poem, read by the author.
So this poem of mine is an atheist's narrative on how moments after his death, he is frightened with the thought of meeting God(the one in whom he didn't have faith in the first place)! The poem has an ironical take on the religious cacophony that our society is absolved into since time immemorial. This happens to be my first ever podcast, so do check it out please! Ty;)
Spoken Word pieces & Creative Stories
Sit back, relax, and enjoy a cup of tea.
“Things fall apart; the center cannot hold“ wrote Yeats about 100 years ago in his poem “The Second Coming.” While in the deafening incoherence of an unraveling center, inquiring and transforming conversations necessarily move to the edge. Edges are associated with danger, crisis, complexity, possibility, the unknown, and unknowable. We are now in edge times as never before. Protected from the noise, a dialogic commons is a place that nurtures generative listening. A listening where the powe ...
The Speakeasy Cafe's Sound of Ink open-mic poetry show airs every Thursday at 5pm west coast / 8 pm east coast time! Hosted by Nyla Alisia, this show offers non-stop poetic entertainment where it is all about YOU the POETS! The Speakeasy Cafe is an eclectic, supportive, passionate and inspiring place to come share your words, listen to other poets, inspire and be inspired! Poets write because they have something to say, Come take the mic and say it! You are always welcome at the Speakeasy Cafe!
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 wor ...
Written and read for community Radio For Vinkel En Koljander for Short stories on the Couch Part of Poems on the Couch. By RM Nicholls Join me for the second installment of The old house and the man that lives there! send your Comments to the Producer to Poemscouch@gmail.com. Look forward to hearing from you. Keep listening.…
By Louis SimpsonBy Poetry Foundation
Summer of 1942, there is a group of soldiers marching from their college to the railway station. One of them is Shri Harivansh Rai Bachchan. But, what was a poet doing among these soldiers? As his idol WB Yates once said – “the fascination of what is difficult”, the poet in him was looking for something to challenge, fight and conquer. It’s also sa…
Robert leaves for the Crusades and the death of William the Second, the Red KingBy Dr. Pratt Datta
Recorded by Trace Howard DePass for Poem-a-Day, a series produced by the Academy of American Poets. Published on October 19, 2020. www.poets.orgBy The Academy of American Poets
Our capitalist need to succeed involves the selfishness of Greed , it's one of the seven instincts of survival which the human acquired to out wit its hunter gathering rival .--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/steven-richardson6/message
Today’s poem is “Shorebirds in October” by Richard Foerster. He’s the author of eight books of poetry, most recently Boy on a Doorstep: New and Selected Poems , which spans 40 years of his work. Richard has worked as a lexicographer, educational writer, typesetter, teacher, and editor of the literary magazines Chelsea and Chautauqua Literary Journa…
Hiawatha’s Sailing from The Song of Hiawatha by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow “Give me of your bark, O Birch-tree! Of your yellow bark, O Birch-tree! Growing by the rushing river, Tall and stately in the valley! I a light canoe will build me, Build a swift Cheemaun for sailing, That shall float upon the river, Like a yellow leaf in Autumn, Like a yell…
Wendell Berry, in full Wendell Erdman Berry, (born August 5, 1934, Port Royal, Kentucky, U.S.), American author whose nature poetry, novels of America’s rural past, and essays on ecological responsibility grew from his experiences as a farmer. --Brittanica.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
Amanda Holmes reads W. B. Yeats’s poem, “Aedh Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven.” Have a suggestion for a poem by a (dead) writer? Email us: email@example.com. If we select your entry, you’ll win a copy of a poetry collection edited by David Lehman. This episode was produced by Stephanie Bastek and features the song “Canvasback” by Chad …
Poem by Hafiz Shirazi. Narrated by Adam Siddiq.By Adam Siddiq
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Various
It's the birthday of Jelly Roll Morton (1890-1941), considered the first true jazz composer because he was the first to write down his jazz tunes.By Prairie Home Productions
Today is the anniversary of the surrender that ended the American Revolutionary War, in Yorktown, Virginia, in 1781.By Prairie Home Productions
A rational take on Bible prophecy for our age, October 2020By Abdiel LeRoy
Written and read By Richard Nicholls For Community Radio Join Me For a two Part Story A short story on the couch Presents The Old House And The Man That Lives There! Part 2 coming SOON!!By Richard Nicholls
By Kenneth RexrothBy Poetry Foundation
It's the birthday of bestselling author Terry McMillan (1951), whose novels include "Waiting to Exhale" (1992) and "How Stella Got Her Groove Back" (1996).By Prairie Home Productions
Short Stories and Poems Written And Read By Richard Nicholls for community Radio. Items to follow Special People, Christmas Shopping, Colours, Leaving School, Dressing up, Christmas, Goodies, My Gift, My first Job, How I have Grown up, A child's world.By Richard Nicholls
Recorded by Kerry Carnahan for Poem-a-Day, a series produced by the Academy of American Poets. Published on October 18, 2020. www.poets.orgBy The Academy of American Poets
by Gwendolyn Brooks (read by Quraysh Ali Lansana)By Poetry Foundation
On this day in 1933, Albert Einstein officially moved to the United States to teach at Princeton University after renouncing his German citizenship.By Prairie Home Productions
Recorded by Juliana Spahr for Poem-a-Day, a series produced by the Academy of American Poets. Published on October 17, 2020. www.poets.orgBy The Academy of American Poets
Alan Mikhail talks about “God’s Shadow,” and Benjamin Lorr discusses “The Secret Life of Groceries.”
It’s the birthday of Irish playwright Oscar Wilde (1854-1900), a devoted aesthete and one of the most quotable authors in the English language.By Prairie Home Productions
Recorded by Solmaz Sharif for Poem-a-Day, a series produced by the Academy of American Poets. Published on October 16, 2020. www.poets.orgBy The Academy of American Poets
The SPEAKEASY CAFE ~ONLINE~ OPEN MIC POETRY RADIO SHOW INSPIRE AND BE INSPIRED! Show time: 5:00 pm West coast - 8:00 pm East coast REMEMBER TO CALL IN EARLY!! The call in number is 646-595-3965 Info: You do not have to be logged in to listen to the show, but you do to join in the Poet's chat-room. It's a good way to network with other writers and t…
by Robert CreeleyBy Poetry Foundation
A conversation about about the different aspects of equality.By Chauntelle A
Jonathan and Joe discuss everything from the generational gap between them, the differences in their past careers and if they were "out", and the disparity of how they felt about their sexual identity then vs. now. Also, Jonathan and Joe touch on the importance of voting in order to make our voices heard, especially being a part of the LGBTQIA+ com…
It's the birthday of philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche (1844), who wrote that God was like a star whose light we can see, even though the star died long ago.By Prairie Home Productions
Recorded by Tatiana Luboviski-Acosta for Poem-a-Day, a series produced by the Academy of American Poets. Published on October 15, 2020. www.poets.orgBy The Academy of American Poets
What if more evangelical Christians in the United States fought climate change with the same spirit they bring to the issue of abortion? We go back to a surprisingly recent period when that happened.By NPR
By Philip MetresBy Poetry Foundation
Some people have nerves of real titanium steel fear to them well it never comes near , where hells angels fear to tread these chaps run in on a code red . Looking over the shoulder of a passenger come CoPilot I noticed we were doing 112 miles per hour the driver had the audacity to turn and tell is terrified passenger to "stop jumping about you're …
It’s the birthday of poet and playwright e e cummings (1894-1962), about whom a critic once asked, “What is wrong with a man who writes like this?”By Prairie Home Productions