By Poetry Pharmacy
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Every couple of weeks I invite someone I like to read me a poem from a poet that they love, a poem they carry around in their Existential First Aid Kit. We then chat about the poem, and I also read them a poem from the Pharmacy. If my guest is a writer, we conclude with them reading a piece of their own work that excites and interests me.
||CleanEPISODE 25: Sandra Simonds prescribes I Know a Man by Robert Creeley & Sonnet by Bernadette Mayer||…Read More||29 4 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEPISODE 24: Ronna Bloom prescribes Hafiz, Coleridge, and Virgil||…Read More||8 3 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEPISODE 23: Edward Doegar prescribes Nice by Karen Solie||…Read More||1 3 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEPISODE 22: CAConrad prescribes “biggest loser” by Sophie Robinson and “Remorse – is Memory – awake” by Emily Dickinson||…Read More||8 2 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEPISODE 21: Natalie Eilbert prescribes Elm by Sylvia Plath and The Glass Essay by Anne Carson||…Read More||24 1 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
Fantastic readings and conversation
I'm really enjoying these podcasts. Steve and his guests seem to find interesting angles on the stories and poems chosen to read aloud. Cheers.
Perfect Pot-Luck Podcasting
This is a great eccentric little podcast to stumble across, get addicted to then to actively seek out.
Someone reads a passage of something they really like - prose, poetry, whatever - then chats about it with the podcast's host. And that's it. Host Steve Wasserman happens to be a psychologist but this in no way skews the show toward the super serious; you couldn't pass a more genial half hour on the treadmill or the bus than with Steve and one of his guests.