54 episodes

Katie Dozier of TheNFTPoetryGallery.com and Timothy Green of Rattle.com discuss all things poetry in this free-wheeling live-recorded podcast. New episodes every Friday at noon ET.

The Poetry Space‪_‬ Katie Dozier and Timothy Green

    • Arts
    • 5.0 • 14 Ratings

Katie Dozier of TheNFTPoetryGallery.com and Timothy Green of Rattle.com discuss all things poetry in this free-wheeling live-recorded podcast. New episodes every Friday at noon ET.

    ep. 54 - Revision

    ep. 54 - Revision

    A poem is never finished, only abandoned, according to Paul Valéry—but how do we go about re-visioning a poem to make the most out of its potential? Katie, Tim, and friends discuss, along with special guests Christine Potter and Nicole Caruso Garcia.



    Today's table:

    Katie Dozier

    Timothy Green

    Christine Potter

    Dick Westheimer

    Nicole Caruso Garcia

    Brian O'Sullivan

    Joe Barca

    • 1 hr 5 min
    ep. 53 - How to Submit

    ep. 53 - How to Submit

    A few episodes back, we looked at submissions from the editor's perspective—this week, we take a look at the other side of the aisle. Katie and Tim are joined by special guests Jeannine Hall Gailey, Bethany Jarmul, Joe Barca, Brian O'Sullivan, and Tom Barlow to talk about how to go about submitting poems for publication.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    ep. 52 - Defining Forms

    ep. 52 - Defining Forms

    How do we classify different types of poems? What makes a form fit into a definition and does it matter? In response to some recent, minor controversies in the poetry world, Katie, Tim and friends discuss what makes a haiku a haiku and what makes a sonnet a sonnet—as always, sharing great examples along the way.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    ep. 51 - Love Poems

    ep. 51 - Love Poems

    Just in time for Valentine's Day, Katie, Tim, and crew talk about love poems! What's the heart of a love poem and what makes it tick? The Poetry Space_ discussed this topic a year ago, but this time we dig a little deeper.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    ep. 50 - Plagiarism

    ep. 50 - Plagiarism

    Hard or soft, accidental or intentional, plagiarism is always lurking in the shadows of the literary world. The recent exposure of a prolific plagiarist makes the topic timely. Katie, Tim, and friends discuss all with two of the victims, and then go deeper into anxiety of influence and deja-ku—sharing some poems along the way, as always.

    • 1 hr 6 min
    ep. 49 - Walt Whitman

    ep. 49 - Walt Whitman

    Walt Whitman is the father of contemporary poetry, opening the door for a poetry of the self, the body, the ordinary. He had big ambitions and, for the most part, fulfilled them. Katie, Tim and friends discuss Uncle Walt. Do the poems live up to the legacy?

    • 1 hr

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

Brian O'Mahony ,

Great Conversations!

Poetrs, readers of poetry and all lovers of language will enjoy these serious yet good-humored, and even joyful, explorations of rich and varied topics.

Rock Kandy ,

Love the Poetry Space!

I have to listen back to the podcast and am so thankful it exists. I’m very grateful to Katie and co-host Tim for putting this out there. Each topic is interesting and worth investigating as they and other poets do. It’s fun, lively and there’s much food for thought. Highly recommend.

Mark D _ ,

A Welcoming Space

Katie and Tim create a truly welcoming space for curious, adventurous, thoughtful lifelong learners. You really don't have to exclusively have an interest in the topic du jour, NFTs, or what people think about when they think about poetry in order to fine joy in these discussions.

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