Rota, a poet and lawyer, popped in to talk about his new book, Giveth and Taketh. You can also visit his Spotify account to hear more! https://open.spotify.com/artist/6GBmL2qyl63kQxFyUKeAKb?si=ulxpH5QbSZyCxkUujbxSuA
Now more than ever we need to be conscious of where our dollars go. Buying local may be the difference between some of your favorite small businesses-especially book stores-reopening their doors once it is safe to do so!
I thoroughly enjoyed talking with Josh Martin of Green Street Poetry and Toho Journal. He is also a writer in his own right and we got to chat about all the great work he is doing as well as the dynamic community that is forming as a result.
I chat with poet Joel Ciaccio about his work, his podcast, Hack Sessions, and about what makes him tick. I also bid farewell to 2019 and thank my guests and listeners for their generous support and encouragement!
I am finally back and I couldn't be more excited about bringing you the poet Tina Chang. Her new book, Hybrida, is out and it is one of the best books of poetry to come my way. Join me as I welcome Tina to Poet Kind!
With the release of her new book, Self-Portrait, I invited Elisabeth Horan back on the show to talk about this interesting melding of the Life of Frida Kahlo and Elizabeth's personal story. Jorge Montero Calderon joins us as well from Costa Rica. He is the translator for this bilingual book of poetry.
I sat down with writer Ayaz Pirani to discuss his new book "Kabir's Jacket Has A Thousand Pockets". He shares how his global background informs his work as well as the traditions he grew up with. Join me for this great conversation with this wonderful Poet!
Today is our official 1 year Birthday!! We are so grateful to our listeners, supporters, cheerleaders, and snack providers-you have helped make this such a fun journey! Today we welcome poet and editor Elisabeth Horan. Her work sheds light on issues surrounding mental illness and more specifically in her debut collection Bad Mommy Stay Mommy, her experience of post-partum depression. Her openness to address such a sensitive topic using poetry-which can be both raw and tender at the same time-is inspiring and offers hope, survival, and the opportunity for others to find courage to tell their own stories.
Poet Kind returns for season 2(!), introduces a new feature, and shares copious amounts of useless information. The best part? Poet Jason B. Crawford reads his beautiful poem, I Will Not Make Pretty of this Death.