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A podcast about the poetry published in The Idiom Magazine with commentary from the poet.

The Idiom Podcast Mark Brunetti

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A podcast about the poetry published in The Idiom Magazine with commentary from the poet.

    Idiom Podcast #9 The Epic Return of Our Podcast with Chris Rockwell, Sykes Hartman, and Dogmatic...hosted by Keith Baird and Mark Brunetti

    Idiom Podcast #9 The Epic Return of Our Podcast with Chris Rockwell, Sykes Hartman, and Dogmatic...hosted by Keith Baird and Mark Brunetti

    Mark Brunetti and Keith Baird talk about Volume 9 Issue 4 of The Idiom....in fact the podcast is now going to be more Idiomcentric and focus more on the magazine and poetry and poets that are published in it.

    The podcast will be released, along with each issue, 5 times a year. Mark and Keith will analyze and discuss some of the works, and will feature guests who are also in the issue.

    • 1 Std. 38 Min.
    The Idiom Podcast #8 with Chris McIntyre Part 2

    The Idiom Podcast #8 with Chris McIntyre Part 2

    Chris McIntyre is the creator of Walking English, a literary blog that contains the words of him and his friends. You can see videos of him reading his work at Cornelia Street Cafe at The Idiom Youtube Page. He has helped to edit the Idiom Anthologies and lives with 2 cats in Long Branch. On Walking English he is Mac.

    The second half of this podcast was recorded at Chris McIntyre's house with Erin Baird and their two cats, Warren and Regina. Chris goes into detail about where his poems come from and the stories that inspired them. We talk about how time takes a part in Chris's poems and a comparison of his work with Langston Hughes, the use of white space in his pieces, and what it's like growing up living by a train. We end the podcast talking about his connection with music and the sound of his shorter pieces.

    • 37 Min.
    The Idiom Podcast #7 with Ron Kolm part 2

    The Idiom Podcast #7 with Ron Kolm part 2

    In this podcast we discuss Ron Kolm's three part poem, "Divine Comedy". This podcast is the second half of the first one we recorded with him and we released it in celebration of his chapbook release with the same title. You can find his chapbook, "Divine Comedy" on Amazon.

    • 22 Min.
    The Idiom Podcast #6 with Bud Smith from The Literary Underground

    The Idiom Podcast #6 with Bud Smith from The Literary Underground

    We talk to fellow podcaster, poet, and writer Bud Smith about the website Theliteraryunderground.org

    a site with plenty of information and literary things that take place in the not so mainstream literary canon.

    • 34 Min.
    The Idiom Podcast #5 at AWP

    The Idiom Podcast #5 at AWP

    This podcast took place at AWP in Boston. Guest hosting with Mark Brunetti were some of the graduates of the William Paterson MFA creative writing program, Bobby Fischer, Tim O'Donnell, and Charlie Riccardelli. We list off some of the magazines and books and publishing companies we liked. We discuss what drives us to buy a book by an author we never read and the literary figures we would kiss. We end it with a titilating reading of The Ring Muscle a ceremonial piece of erotic fiction that gets read every year in the after hours of the conference....unfortunately I decided to shake my ipad as the file was normalizing and we lost part of it.

    Check out the idiom blog, www.theidiommag.wordpress.com to see links to the different things we mention in the podcast.

    • 33 Min.
    The Idiom Podcast #4 with Chris McIntyre

    The Idiom Podcast #4 with Chris McIntyre

    Chris McIntyre is the creator of Walking English, a literary blog that contains the words of him and his friends. You can see videos of him reading his work at Cornelia Street Cafe at The Idiom Youtube Page. He has helped to edit the Idiom Anthologies and lives with 2 cats in Long Branch. On Walking English he is Mac.

    This fourth podcast was recorded at Chris McIntyre's house with Erin Baird and their two cats, Warren and Regina. Chris goes into detail about where his poems come from and the stories that inspired them. We talk about some of our musical tastes growing up and some of the exact words that give his poems their strenght. We also discuss his use of pop culture, historical, and literary references and their use in his work.

    Visit http://www.theidiommag.com/Podcast%20websites/macpod.html

    to see the poems we talk about in the podcast and check out more of our site....

    • 44 Min.

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