Podcast

Scattered Rhymes: Paige Taggart

by Ben Pease Scattered Rhymes
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Ben Pease interviews Paige Taggart on the Scattered Rhymes podcast.

Scattered Rhymes: Ken Chen

by Ben Pease Poetry and Poetics
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Ben Pease interviews Ken Chen on the Scattered Rhymes Podcast.

Scattered Rhymes: Colin Cheney

by Ben Pease Poetry and Poetics
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Ben Pease interviews Colin Cheney on the Scattered Rhymes Podcasts.

Scattered Rhymes: Solmaz Sharif

by Ben Pease Poetry and Poetics
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Ben Pease interviews Solmaz Sharif on the Scattered Rhymes Podcast.

Scattered Rhymes: Deborah Landau

by Ben Pease Poetry and Poetics
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Ben Pease interviews Deborah Landau on the Scattered Rhymes Podcast.

Scattered Rhymes: Ben Mirov

by Ben Pease Poetry and Poetics
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Ben Pease interviews Ben Mirov on the Scattered Rhymes Podcast.

Scattered Rhymes: Morgan Parker

by Ben Pease Poetry and Poetics
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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.

Scattered Rhymes: Sarah Schweig

by Ben Pease Poetry and Poetics
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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.

Scattered Rhymes: Josh Bettinger

by Ben Pease Poetry and Poetics
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He’s just a west-coast boy, living in New York City, he took the express train to where good poems reside.

Hamlet and his (Public) Problems

by Micah Towery Art
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Hamlet self-consciously reveals his inner thoughts to an audience he does/n’t know is there. Perhaps this soliloquy is a proto-modern lyric?

“Flesh Becomes Word” poetry podcast by Scott Cairns

by THEthe Poetry Blog Editors Poems of the Week

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