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Waves Breaking

By Avren Keating

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This is a podcast in which I, a lonesome transbaby, interview my contemporaries in trans and genderqueer poetry in order to better understand their literary contributions.

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A Vital Cultural Reference

I suspect this series in time will come to be viewed as a vital cultural reference. Keating demonstrates a level of preparation and knowledge that does great justice to the talented poets with whom they have chose to converse. Warm and empathic yet served by a keen and incisive intellect these interviews serve as a remarkable introduction to the work and thinking of established and up and coming transgender poets. I strongly doubt you will view time listening to this podcast as anything other than time very well spent indeed.


Avren has a phenomenally sexy voice. Like, please, someone give Avren my number. But yeah, good podcasts have show hosts with voices that'll keep your attention, and I think we've got one here. Avren also has great taste in poets and knows how to draw out their passions and personalities. I don't listen to many podcasts because too many wind up feeling monotonous when it comes to content, delivery and sound. This podcast however is one I keep finding myself coming back to

Totally necessary.

Avren and crew are doing superimportant work in exalting the voices of trans and GQ writers. I've never heard anything like it before. I'm very happy that this exists and hope that it continues. I've never been a podcast person but Waves Breaking is becoming a staple in my quotidian life every time it drops because it usually turns me on to a new writer that I'm always more interested in by the end of the episode.

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