Ben Pease interviews Christie Ann Reynolds on the Scattered Rhymes podcast.
Ben Pease interviews Ben Fama on the Scattered Rhymes podcast.
In a brand new Scattered Rhymes podcast, Ben Pease interviews Brandon Kreitler.
Ben Pease interviews Ken Chen on the Scattered Rhymes Podcast.
Ben Pease interviews Colin Cheney on the Scattered Rhymes Podcasts.
Ben Pease interviews Solmaz Sharif on the Scattered Rhymes Podcast.
Ben Pease interviews Deborah Landau on the Scattered Rhymes Podcast.
Ben Pease interviews Ben Mirov on the Scattered Rhymes Podcast.
Mary Karr and Christopher Robinson discuss Weldon Kees’s poem “1926.”
Morgan Parker describes herself as equipped with the eyes of a surrealist, ears of an ethnographer, tongue of a cynical comedian, and heart of a brooding sixteen-year old.
[Epithalamium with Rust]
Sarah Schweig, neighbor to airfields, estrangement, mythology, imagination, opens up about how she came to be a poet of departures. Pardon my inability to pronounce Catullus.
[He’s like those children who take apart a clock in order to find out what time is]
He’s just a west-coast boy, living in New York City, he took the express train to where good poems reside.
Mary Karr and Christopher Robinson discuss Thomas Lux’s poem “Tarantulas on the Lifebuoy.”
Dawn Marie Knopf’s poetry feeds off a particularly American mythos: old wives’ tales, Farmer’s Almanacs, the revered stories of American pop heroes before they made it big.
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