Best chapbook podcasts we could find (Updated August 2017)
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Whispers from the Unseen
Monthly
 
Whispers from the Unseen is dedicated to finding, sharing, exploring and expressing those aspects of the world that should not be found, shared, explored, or expressed in the first place. How do you see a whisper? How do you speak what cannot be seen? There is a world inside of a neuron that lives inside of a memory that imagines another world. Some of us would like to go there. Others go there every day. Ultimately, this site is dedicated to art: the spirit of responding to the unknown and ...
 
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How Do You Write
Weekly
 
Explore the processes of working writers with bestselling author Rachael Herron. Is your writing not getting done? Want tips on how to write the book you long to finish? Here you'll gain tips on how to get in the chair, tricks to stay in it, and inspiration to get your own words flowing. Episodes are short, so you can get back to writing. Whether you're writing a work of literary fiction, a graphic novel, a commercial novel, or a chapbook of poetry, you've come to the right place. Welcome to ...
 
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Story of Books, The by RAWLINGS, Gertrude Burford
 
Rawlings follows the development of printing from the origins of writing to modern printing. Some of the earliest records are ancient Egyptian, Greek and Roman recordings on papyrus and wax tablets. However, Rawlings acknowledges the sparse nature of this first fragile evidence, and limits speculation. Later, libraries of religious books grew in Europe, where monks copied individual books in monasteries. The "block printing" technique began with illustrations carved in wood blocks, while the ...
 
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WEEKLY READER
 
Siel Ju Siel Ju is an author living in Los Angeles, California. She holds a PhD in Literature and Creative Writing from the University of Southern California. She has published two chapbooks and her novel-in-stories, Cake Time, was published by Red Hen Press, where she won their Fiction Award. Check her out at her website www.sielju.com.…
 
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Out of Our Minds on KKUP
 
Lisa Dominguez Abraham’s poems have appeared in journals such as Southern Review, North American Review and Poetry East. Her chapbook Low Notes was published by Red Wings Press, and her collection Mata Hari Blows a Kiss won the 2016 Swan Scythe Chapbook Contest. Originally from the bay area, she has lived for many years in Sacramento where she ...…
 
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Talk With ME
 
Ron is an autodidactic, former factory and warehouse laborer. He was born in Kendallville, IN, raised in the rural Appalachian Mountains of South Eastern, KY, and attended Morehead State University. He lives in Fort Wayne, IN and spends the harsh Midwestern winters in Atlanta, GA with his eldest child, an Emory University alumnus. Ron has been ...…
 
Born and raised in metro New York, Charles Joseph lives and writes deep in the heart of New Jersey. Peppered by a battery of life experiences—good, great, bad, and worse—Charles is the author of NO OUTLET (a novel) that he’s currently shopping to agents and publishers, a number of poetry chapbooks that have been well received, and Chameleon (Om ...…
 
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Get Lit With Leza
 
Join us for a witchy lit convo talking about living in NYC & being a poet & Lana Del Rey & selfies & trying to have it all. Lisa Marie Basile is an editor, writer and poet living in NYC. She is the founding editor-in-chief of Luna Luna Magazine and the author of APOCRYPHAL (Noctuary Press, 2014), as well as a few chapbooks: Andalucia (Poetry So ...…
 
Robert “Bob” Walicki constructs poetry, poetic events, community, and plumbing in Pittsburgh, PA. He curates the Versify Poetry Series. His poetry has appeared, or is forthcoming, in a number of journals including Vox Populi and The Kentucky Review. A Pushcart nominee, his most recent chapbook, The Almost Sound of Snow Falling (Night Ballet Pre ...…
 
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Jack Straw SoundPages
 
2016 Jack Straw Writer Carolyne Wright talks with program curator Karen Finneyfrock about her current work in progress – a collection of poems about important women in her life, including her mother and sister – as well as her long career, global travels, and postgrad brush with the influential poet Elizabeth Bishop. “She said things like ‘. . ...…
 
Poet and Magician Cooper Wilhelm fills me in on the best raccoons on Instagram & we talk meditation & poetry & witchcraft. Cooper Wilhelm is the author of a microchapbook about necromancy and breakups called Klaatu Verata Nikto (Ghost City Press 2016), as well as of DUMBHEART/STUPIDFACE (Siren Songs 2017) and of an as of yet untitled chapbook a ...…
 
Huge shout out to Ethan for having me in the Q Country 102.9 FM radio station on this one. I was in Brockville doing a comedy show and thought it'd be a great idea to catch up with him because every time I'm doing radio we only have a limited time to talk. In this episode we cover: becoming a radio host, writing in college, the process of publi ...…
 
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Golden Walkman Magazine
 
The end of the (Audio)Chapbook Contest, the next round of Dialogue Submissions starting up, and a preview of the July issue of poetry - this Appendix is packed!
 
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Poem Podcast from the Poetry Translation Centre
 
There is a constant struggle in Turkey between being oneself and having to fit into a mould – a mould shaped by nationalistic values and imposed by a majority – which makes daily life extremely difficult for people who come from one of the many minority communities. This state of struggle and in-betweenness is described in the poem ‘Uniform’ – ...…
 
In this episode, Kara Vernor gives us a detailed look at how her flash story, "Don Johnson is Not Your Man" came into being.Read it: wigleaf.com/201208dj.htmBuy the book it appears in: www.splitlippress.com/because-i-want…you-a-pop-songKara Vernor’s fiction chapbook, Because I Wanted to Write You a Pop Song, is available from Split Lip Press. S ...…
 
Writing on Air Radio Show There are so many reasons WHY we write: self expression or exploration, business, instruction, the list goes on. Have you ever considered WHO you are writing for? Does that make a difference in HOW you write? Join Carol and her Guest Cheri Caddick as they explore the WHO's of writing. Cheri Caddick (formerly, Cheri L. ...…
 
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Poem Podcast from the Poetry Translation Centre
 
Bejan Matur is the most illustrious poet among a bold new women’s poetry emerging from the Middle East. Her poetry engages directly and concretely with the struggles of her people, and yet there is also a mysticism in her writing, a closeness to nature, an embracing of mythology – a dialogue with God. This poem and many others that appear in he ...…
 
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Talk With ME
 
Mercedes is the author of the chapbook In the Garden of Broken Things (Flutter Press, 2016, available at www.Lulu.com) and winner of the Langston Hughes Creative Writing Award for Poetry. Her writing has appeared in New Orleans Review,Curbside Splendor, Paper Darts, The Chicago Tribune’s Printers Row Journal, The Pinch, Heavy Feather Review, an ...…
 
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Take Out With Ashley and Robyn
 
Pilar Gerasimo is a pioneering content innovator and healthy-living advocate. Her personal and professional passion: Helping people lead healthier, happier, more sustainable lives. Best known for her work as founding editor of Experience Life magazine (est. 2001), Pilar is also the creative force behind RevolutionaryAct.com and the author of A ...…
 
Recorded live at the WordTemple Poetry Series, host Katherine Hastings presents Sonoma County poet laureate emeritus, Bill Vartnaw, John Shoptaw and devorah major. Author of In Concern: for Angels and Suburbs of My Childhood, Sonoma County poet laureate emeritus Bill Vartnaw is also the publisher for Taurean Horn Press which has published Carol ...…
 
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People Doing Things
 
A few weeks ago, I decided to invite a bunch of friends to make poetry chapbooks and to see what happened. This is part of that result.
 
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People Doing Things
 
A few weeks ago, I decided to invite a bunch of friends to make poetry chapbooks and to see what happened. This is part of that result.
 
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LIVE! From City Lights
 
City Lights welcomes devorah major, who celebrates the release of her new book of poetry and then we became published by City Lights Books. devorah major is California born, San Francisco raised, granddaughter of immigrants, documented and undocumented, devorah major served as San Francisco’s Third Poet Laureate (2002-2006). She has published t ...…
 
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LIVE! From City Lights
 
City Lights welcomes devorah major, who celebrates the release of her new book of poetry and then we became published by City Lights Books. devorah major is California born, San Francisco raised, granddaughter of immigrants, documented and undocumented, devorah major served as San Francisco’s Third Poet Laureate (2002-2006). She has published t ...…
 
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FIRST WORDS w/ JC Bouchard
 
Suzanna Derewicz started writing for the theatre, going so far as to produce her play for the Fringe Festival and co-host a reading series. But something changed.Derewicz talks about leaving theatre behind for poetry, mental health, and creating new work even when it means facing the "gunk" of emotion. Now she has a chapbook, Maggie Monologues, ...…
 
Shinjini Bhattacharjee’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Bitter Oleander, Cimarron Review, Superstition Review, Gargoyle, A-Minor, Tinderbox Poetry Journal, and elsewhere. She is the author of two chapbooks: ‘There is No Way to Alter the Gravity for a Doll’ (dancing girl press, 2016) and ‘In My Landscape, I Am Not Real’ (Glass Lyre P ...…
 
Horse Piano by Anna McDonald read by Rebecca Wilcox.Horse Piano was published in the eponymous chapbook in 2014 by 500 Places. More from Rebecca Wilcox can be found at https://soundcloud.com/rebeccawilcox
 
In this interview, I get to talk IN-PERSON with Julian Shendelman about his new chapbook, Dead Dad Club (Nomadic Press, 2017). Julian Shendelman has a weird looking dog (part fawn, part fruit bat) and a nice Jewish boyfriend. After 10 years of living in Oakland, where he was an organizer for the Bay Area Trans Writers Workshop, Julian is reloca ...…
 
Encounter a mythic peeping Tom reborn in "Summer Hunt: After Ovid" by Nicholas B. Morris. *** Nicholas B. Morris grew up in Arkansas but fell in love with Colorado. His stories and other assorted writings have been published in The Harpoon Review, Cliterature, Connotation Press, Danse Macabre Online, and Nebo. He has published two short story c ...…
 
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Game-Changing Smart Cities of the Future, Presented by SAP
 
The buzz: “I’ll never get over the fact that the buildings all light up at night….” (Alex Dimitrov, “American Boys” 2012 chapbook). How can we brighten the lives of increasingly dense populations, given projections that 70+% of the world will live in cities by 2050? Energy-efficient LED lighting. How? It's already transforming urban lighting in ...…
 
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Talk With ME
 
Scott is a poet, short story writer, chaos enthusiast, and champion monkey wrench thrower, living in Oregon. He is an award winning spoken word artist and creator of “The Acoustic Tongue Sessions,” which weaves together spoken word poetry and acoustic music. It has been performed from NYC to Chicago. He has also opened for numerous bands nation ...…
 
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Limited Engagement
 
This week, I talk to poet and photographer Jia Oak Baker. Jia's chapbooks Crash Landing in the Plaza of an Unknown City (Dancing Girl, 2015) and Well Enough to Travel (Five Oaks, 2015) are both fantastic, and she's been published in many journals. Jia was one of the first guests I talked to, and it's the only conversation I didn't manage to rec ...…
 
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Commonplace: Conversations with Poets (and Other People)
 
Episode 28 is a special Mother’s Day episode featuring a collection of poems chosen and read by poets who are mothers. THE POETS (and the POEMS THEY READ) in EPISODE 28 Rachel Zucker reading “The Language of the Brag” by Sharon Olds from Strike Sparks Alicia Ostriker reading “In the Shadow of Liberty” Keetje Kuipers reading section XIII of “An ...…
 
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Golden Walkman Magazine
 
A preview of May's issues and an update on the summer chapbook contest
 
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Everyday Mindfulness Show
 
Host, Mike Domitrz, welcomes CAST members Megan Merchant and Jen Rulon to discuss the impact of chasing down rabbit holes, the stories our minds create to explain the unknown - bringing unnecessary drama into our lives, and maintaining mindfulness in the midst of distractions. Subscribe to the Everyday Mindfulness Show. Key Takeaways: [2:36] Me ...…
 
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First Draft: A Dialogue on Writing
 
Sarah Gerard is the author of the essay collection Sunshine State, the novel Binary Star, a finalist for the Los Angeles Times first fiction prize, and two chapbooks, most recently BFF. Her short stories, essays, interviews, and criticism have appeared in The New York Times, Granta, Vice, BOMB Magazine, and other journals, as well as anthologie ...…
 
Experience the ashes and remnants of lives left after one too many battles. in "Scorched" by Nicholas B. Morris. *** Nicholas B. Morris grew up in Arkansas but fell in love with Colorado. His stories and other assorted writings have been published in The Harpoon Review, Cliterature, Connotation Press, Danse Macabre Online, and Nebo. He has publ ...…
 
Our dear friend and talented writer Devi Laskar’s first poetry chapbook, Gas & Food, No Lodging, has just been published, and we celebrate with a far ranging converstaion about language v. narrative poetry, ad how story influences the organization of a collection, challenges and constraints, the “garbage disposal method of writing,” playing ten ...…
 
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BFM :: That Time Of Night
 
At just 20 years old, Arisha Rozaidee has already published two books. Her first book, “The Prisoner of Sorrow”, is a collection of poems and short stories published when she was 16. Arisha went on to self-publish a chapbook in 2016 called “Sandpaper Heart”. She can be found performing spoken word poetry at open mics when she isn't busy studyin ...…
 
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BFM :: That Time Of Night
 
At just 20 years old, Arisha Rozaidee has already published two books. Her first book, “The Prisoner of Sorrow”, is a collection of poems and short stories published when she was 16. Arisha went on to self-publish a chapbook in 2016 called “Sandpaper Heart”. She can be found performing spoken word poetry at open mics when she isn't busy studyin ...…
 
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The Author Stories Podcast - Author Interviews, Brandon Sanderson, Patrick Rothfuss, Jim Butcher, Ernest Cline, Robin Hobb, Diana Gabaldon
 
Today I am joined by author, activist, and journalist, and co-editor of BoingBoing.net Cory Doctorow. We talk about Cory's writing process, his ideas about the changing publishing landscape, the importance of science fiction, why he writes in a plain text editor, and much more.Cory's books on Amazon:About Cory:Cory Doctorow (craphound.com) is a ...…
 
Witness Jesus Christ curse a man by resurrecting him in "Lazarus, After the Miracle" by Nicholas B. Morris. *** Nicholas B. Morris grew up in Arkansas but fell in love with Colorado. His stories and other assorted writings have been published in The Harpoon Review, Cliterature, Connotation Press, Danse Macabre Online, and Nebo. He has published ...…
 
Writing on Air Radio Show Join Carol and her Guest Cheri Caddick as they talk about all things funny! You can be sure Cheri will share her process for writing humorous pieces (she's brilliant at it!). And they'll also get into some tips on how to lighten up your writing in all the right places. Cheri Caddick (formerly, Cheri L. R. Taylor) holds ...…
 
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Jack Straw SoundPages
 
2016 Jack Straw Writer Casandra Lopez has worked in several literary forms, including poetry, fiction, and essays. Her project during her Jack Straw fellowship was a hybrid work of creative non-fiction, crossing and blending genres to explore the grief and loss that followed her brother’s murder. She talks to program curator Karen Finneyfrock a ...…
 
Ami and Abby talk about other stuff they make, which you can find online. Yellow Flag Press published Amy's chap book, Milk and Water. Red Lion Square Poetry still has a facebook page that might someday be revived. You can find links to all of Abbie's books on her website. Her books are available in ebook, paper, and audio from the usual retail ...…
 
We talk with Jess Fiorini about her work with video games as an experience designer and how it relates to poetry, and she also reads from her new chapbook Make It Rain. How should poetry create an experience for the audience? What is the future of poetry? And who is the Tsar of Poetry?
 
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Unknown Words with Matthew Anderson
 
The show is back. Found in close up in Carmen Brady's poetry are the details we notice when we are disconnected from others. That's not to say her poems are always about disconnectedness, but that void of understanding appears as a character itself at times. The shape created by what we don't understand about one another, when we try and fail t ...…
 
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Talk With ME
 
Alyse & ME talk about Alyse’s writing & about the 4th Annual Poetry Fair in Lawrence, KS on April 15, 2017! The fair includes readings, networking & books to buy. Info at https://lawrenceartscenter.org/event/poetry-fair-2017/ Alyse Bensel’s poems have most recently appeared in The Adroit Journal, New South, Quarterly West, Tinderbox, The Collap ...…
 
00:05:42 Stacey Ho (contributor to Charcuterie 2) reads a short text based off of an interview with her aunt, a traditional Chinese medicine practitioner and “Adventures from the Third Bureau,” published in Charcuterie 2.00:23:41 Sam Weselowski celebrates his first reading by sharing two poems by the American poet Jack Spicer and then follows u ...…
 
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Commonplace: Conversations with Poets (and Other People)
 
Rachel Zucker speaks with poet, teacher, gardner and community organizer Ross Gay. Gay is the author of Bringing Down the Shovel, Against Which, River, and Catlog of Unabashed Gratitude which won the Kinglsey Tufts Award, the National Book Critics Circle Award and was a finalist for the National Book Award. Zucker and Gay talk about gardens, se ...…
 
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