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Commonplace: Conversations with Poets (and Other People)

By Rachel Zucker

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Intimate and compelling interviews by Rachel Zucker with poets and other artists. Become a Patron & support our growing podcast!

Customer Reviews

Totally Effing Cupcakes

Immersing. Open. Engaged. Bitter. Keen. Umami. Perspicacious. And cetera. Rachel manages to braid both the intimate, microscope perspectives and crow’s eye view with her relaxed self-aware and caring approach. Conscientious yet unafraid, the conversations fly as if of themselves like spears but never fear the prospect of the inchworm’s crawl.
I look forward to each and every new episode. Discover new poetry—be inspired to revisit the halls through which you thought you had already passed.
6/5 sincerely marked stars. I go totally effing cupcakes over each episode—how couldn’t one?

Grateful for depth and inspiration

This podcast never disappoints with conversations that focus on the poets/artists, their work, creative process, lives. For me they lead to reflections, inspiration, laughter and nodding in recognition of creative community. Thank you, thank you, Rachel and your production team. And thank you Commonplace patrons.

Easily my favorite podcast

Such thoughtful and smart conversations. Episodes generally begin with poetry, and never hesitate to go really deep into the poetry talk, but the conversation always moves beyond poetry in directions that surprise and excite me. Makes my morning commute feel like being in a really great class, one where I’m always learning and never feel bored. I often feel compelled to call my mother after listening to an episode. Rachel is a tremendous interviewer and these conversations are enriched by the incredible vulnerability she brings.

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  • Category: Arts
  • Language: English

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