29 episodes

The Penteract Podcast is the official podcast of Penteract Press, an international poetry publisher specialising in the formal and experimental. This podcast features interviews with poets and poetry publishers from all over the world, with in-depth discussions about both the craft of poetry and the present and future state of the artform. We will also be interviewing artists from other disciplines, discussing a range of topics surrounding creativity and curiosity.

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The Penteract Podcast is the official podcast of Penteract Press, an international poetry publisher specialising in the formal and experimental. This podcast features interviews with poets and poetry publishers from all over the world, with in-depth discussions about both the craft of poetry and the present and future state of the artform. We will also be interviewing artists from other disciplines, discussing a range of topics surrounding creativity and curiosity.

    Episode 29: Derek Beaulieu

    Episode 29: Derek Beaulieu

    Episode 29 of the Penteract Poetry Podcast, hosted by Anthony Etherin, and featuring an interview with visual poet Derek Beaulieu. In this episode, Derek discusses his poetic practice, the potential and range of poetry, and the importance of small press publishing.

    Learn more about Derek's work by visiting his website, http://derekbeaulieu.wordpress.com
    Discover more about Penteract Press by visiting our website and our Twitter.
    And, if you like what you hear, please consider supporting this series via Anthony’s Patreon page!
    Support the show (http://patreon.com/Anthony_Etherin)

    • 1 hr 26 min
    Episode 28: Samuel Andreyev (2)

    Episode 28: Samuel Andreyev (2)

    Episode 28 of the Penteract Poetry Podcast, hosted by Anthony Etherin, and featuring an interview with composer, poet, podcaster, and YouTuber Samuel Andreyev.

    In this episode, Anthony asks Samuel about his creative practice and about creativity more generally: What does it take to be an artist? What is the point of being an artist? How should one go about living an artist's life?

    Check out Samuel's various websites here and his YouTube channel here.
    Discover more about Penteract Press by visiting our website and our Twitter.
    And, if you like what you hear, please consider supporting this series via Anthony’s Patreon page!
    Support the show (http://patreon.com/Anthony_Etherin)

    • 1 hr 28 min
    Episode 27: Mary Frances & Christian Bök (Summer Launch Special pt. 2)

    Episode 27: Mary Frances & Christian Bök (Summer Launch Special pt. 2)

    Episode 27 of the Penteract Poetry Podcast — a special episode for the launch of Penteract Press's summer books: Slate Petals (and Other Wordscapes) by Anthony Etherin, Untravelling by Mary Frances, and The Kazimir Effect by Christian  Bök.

    In this episode, Anthony Etherin, Mary Frances, and Christian Bök — joined by Clara Daneri —  discuss their new books in detail, exploring the similarities and differences shared among them.

    This podcast is the second of two Summer Launch episodes — check out Anthony Etherin's Q&A episode here.

    Join us on Twitter, at 1pm UK time, Saturday 10th July, to help launch the books: Ask questions about the books, about this podcast, and about poetry/publishing in general, using the hashtag #PenteractChat.

    Discover more about Penteract Press by visiting our website and our Twitter.

    Check out Anthony’s Twitter here, and his personal website here.

    And, if you like what you hear, please consider supporting this series via Anthony’s Patreon page!
    Support the show (http://patreon.com/Anthony_Etherin)

    • 1 hr 25 min
    Episode 26: Anthony Etherin Q&A (Summer Launch Special pt. 1)

    Episode 26: Anthony Etherin Q&A (Summer Launch Special pt. 1)

    Episode 26 of the Penteract Poetry Podcast — a special episode, presented by Clara Daneri, and featuring Anthony Etherin answering questions asked to him via Twitter at the end of 2020.

    Topics include the hows and whys of constrained poetry / formal poetry and small press poetry publishing. 

    This podcast is the first of two special episodes launching Penteract Press’s summer list — which includes Anthony’s second full-length collection, Slate Petals (and Other Wordscapes).

    Join us on Twitter, at 1pm UK time, Saturday 10th July, to help launch the books: Ask questions about the books, about this podcast, and about poetry/publishing in general, using the hashtag #PenteractChat.

    Discover more about Penteract Press by visiting our website and our Twitter.

    Check out Anthony’s Twitter here, and his personal website here.

    And, if you like what you hear, please consider supporting this series via Anthony’s Patreon page!
    Support the show (http://patreon.com/Anthony_Etherin)

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Episode 25: Christian Bök, Pedro Poitevin, & Nick Montfort (STEM-Poetry Panel)

    Episode 25: Christian Bök, Pedro Poitevin, & Nick Montfort (STEM-Poetry Panel)

    Episode 25 of the Penteract Poetry Podcast, hosted by Anthony Etherin, and with guests Christian Bök, Pedro Poitevin, and Nick Montfort.

    This is a special panel episode, featuring a discussion of the relationship between poetry and STEM, in particular mathematical and constraint-based poetry, biological poetry, and computational poetry.

    The conversation includes mention of Christian Bök's The Xenotext Book 1, Nick Montfort's Golem, and Anthony Etherin's The Utu Sonnets.

    Learn more about aelindromes here.
    Discover more about Penteract Press by visiting our website and our Twitter.
    And, if you like what you hear, please consider supporting this series via Anthony’s Patreon page!
    Support the show (http://patreon.com/Anthony_Etherin)

    • 1 hr 18 min
    Episode 24: Kate Siklosi, Gregory Betts, & Nasser Hussain (Canadian Poetry Panel)

    Episode 24: Kate Siklosi, Gregory Betts, & Nasser Hussain (Canadian Poetry Panel)

    Episode 24 of the Penteract Poetry Podcast, hosted by Anthony Etherin and Clara Daneri, and with guests Kate Siklosi, Gregory Betts, and Nasser Hussain. 
     
    This is a special panel episode, featuring a discussion of the past, present, and future of experimental poetry in Canada. 
    Topics include bpNichol and The Four Horsemen, Conceptualism, and the historic Text/Sound/Performance conference held in Dublin, April 2019 (which was coordinated by Gregory Betts).
    Discover more about Penteract Press by visiting our website and our Twitter.
    And, if you like what you hear, please consider supporting this series via Anthony’s Patreon page!
    Support the show (http://patreon.com/Anthony_Etherin)

    • 1 hr 56 min

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