Poetry-based interviews and shower thoughts.
Ep 188. Ursula Robinson-Shaw: Beast Mode
Contains adult themes. Show notes Ursula Robinson-Shaw’s chapbooks Noonday and YEARN MALLEY sick leave Dissociating the Novel (review of New Animal by Ella Baxter) Where Do We Go From Nowhere? (review of Nostalgia Has Ruined My Life by Zarah Butcher-McGunnigle) Fleabag Nanette Maggie Nelson’s The Argonauts On Heteropessimism by Asa Seresin Mike Crumplar The Garret … Continue reading "Ep 188. Ursula Robinson-Shaw: Beast Mode"
Ep 187. Peak poetry
The black swan of trespass is coming for us all. Show notes Missy Elliott’s Under Construction Peak oil The Black Swan by Nassim Nicholas Taleb Margot Robbie in The Big Short Decoder Ring: The Most Famous Poet No One Remembers Ep 166. Rachael Nielsen on Instapoets Ep 134. Justin Clemens on Amanda Gorman and many … Continue reading "Ep 187. Peak poetry"
Ep 186. Sensitive New Right Guy
Is poetry ever propaganda? Show notes “And I have always felt sorry for people who didn’t grow up next to an ocean, who couldn’t find a similar kind of privacy, the privacy of this interval.” — Lucy Van, The Open Ep 181. Midwinter Day Joshua Mehigan Matthew makes the podcast Sleerickets (it’s very good) Ep … Continue reading "Ep 186. Sensitive New Right Guy"
Ep 185. Big sad poetry friendship
Or, When Robert met Lizzy. (With yet more thanks to K.) Show notes Words in Air: The Complete Correspondence Between Elizabeth Bishop and Robert Lowell edited by Thomas Travisano with Saskia Hamilton Randall Jarrell At the Fishhouses by Elizabeth Bishop Skunk Hour by Robert Lowell The Armadillo by Elizabeth Bishop Turning Pain Into Art by … Continue reading "Ep 185. Big sad poetry friendship"
Ep 184. Gareth Morgan: Vagabond
“We live in such a strange world. It’s weird to create monuments to it.” Gareth Morgan’s books Dear Eileen and When a Punk Becomes a Spunk sick leave Melbourne School of Continental Philosophy Dan Tout’s article Neither Nationalists nor Universalists: Rex Ingamells and the Jindyworobaks Obscurity in Poetry — A Spectrum by Geoff Page The … Continue reading "Ep 184. Gareth Morgan: Vagabond"
Ep 183. Poets on film (a tragedy)
“You must be a poet. You talk funny.” When I’m among a Blaze of Lights by Siegfried Sassoon Master of Crying Terence Davies The Veleta (which I only do when pressed) The rogerebert.com review of Benediction SMH review: Terence Davies calls Benediction his best movie. I beg to differ (I did not mention this earlier. … Continue reading "Ep 183. Poets on film (a tragedy)"
Love it. It is just beautifully done. So elequent & thoughtful. Thank you so much for giving us this. Keep up the great work.
I highly recommend Alice's wonderful world of poetry. She opens a welcoming door to all!!
Lovely, personal, enlightening
The way Alice tackles poem readings is so interesting and her style is really personal and not academic or dry at all. The interviews she has are really interesting, it's fascinating hearing poets talk about the poems they love! Would recommend to anyone even if (like me) they're not a "poetry person".