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Poets Have Something to Say

Poets Have Something to Say

By Jeffrey Charles McAndrew

This new podcast is called “Poets Have Something To Say.” Jeff will interview poets about their craft and what makes poetry relevant in the world we live in. The podcast host says it’s very important to promote the importance of literacy in our society. Jeff is a published poet, the author of a collection entitled “My Heart At Ease” (2022)
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Lisa Vihos - Sheboygan Poet Laureate
Lisa Vihos - Sheboygan Poet Laureate
Lisa is an accomplished poet who has been published in many magazines and books. She is also with the John Michael Kohler art center where she works as a grant writer.
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January 15, 2023
Jeremy Jusek — Parma, Ohio Poet Laureate December 2022
Jeremy Jusek — Parma, Ohio Poet Laureate December 2022
Jeremy Jusek is the current poet laureate of Parma, Ohio, He hosts the Ohio Poetry Association's podcast called Poetry Spotlight, and started the Flamingo Writers' Guild. He has authored two books, with a few more currently incubating. His OG background was playwriting, though he ultimately endorsed a lifelong passion by getting an MFA in poetry from Arcadia University. He has been a freelance writer for over a decade, and has taught undergraduate level English and film courses for roughly half that time. He does readings and public appearances.
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December 12, 2022
Freesia McKee — Ripon College Poet in Residence November 2022
Freesia McKee — Ripon College Poet in Residence November 2022
Join Jeffrey McAndrew, as he interviews Ripon, Wisconsin poet Freesia McKee on the “Poets Have Something To Say” podcast. She is an excellent voice for creativity for students at Ripon College. Freesia is teaching something called eco-poetics.
18:58
November 22, 2022
Thomas Cannon — Oshkosh Poet Laureate October 2022
Thomas Cannon — Oshkosh Poet Laureate October 2022
In August 2021, Thomas Cannon was selected as the inaugural Poet Laureate of Oshkosh, WI. He is the author of the books The Tao of Apathy and Shattered. With his essay “Part of the Gift,” Cannon was the lead contributor to Cup of Comfort for Parents of Children With Autism. His poems and short stories have been published in various journals such as Midwestern Gothic and Corvus Review. Thomas is active in the Oshkosh writing community, having helped establish the Lakefly Writers Conference. He and his wife have three children and two grandkids
32:27
October 23, 2022
Carl R. Rogers
Carl R. Rogers
Psychologist Carl Rogers is the founder of something called Person-Centered Therapy. And in this episode we talk about the importance of the concepts of congruence and unconditional positive self regard. just scratching the surface of Rogers work, I hope this will encourage you to study him much further. Thank you for listening.
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