Category Archives: Poetry Podcasts

How Google Books Saved My Soul

Oh, yes. The muse I didn’t know I had. Should you enroll in an MFA program? Google Books Saved My Soul I love Google. Most people are entirely unaware of Google’s super powers, among them the ability to locate a book anywhere in the world and help you get it sent to you at your…

Poetry Potpourri, Volume 8

War poet Robert Graves is accused of stealing from his mistress. Here’s a contest for East Texas poets. Here’s how to promote your poetry. Verse changes its format. Darwish draws a crowd. Journals that read in the summer. New online lit mag: Cella’s Round Trip. William Stafford on revision. A win-win for poets and editors?…

What Do Ron Silliman And Slate Magazine Have In Common?

Tomorrow is Memorial Day here in the U.S. and I’ll be taking the day off. So no blog post. Meanwhile, a review of Sam Hamill’s Measured By Stone. Speaking of which, what do Rattle reviews, Belinda Subraman, WGLT Poetry Radio, American Blues Network, Ron Silliman, Chekhov’s Mistress, Virginia Quarterly Review Blog, Dark Matter, Poetry Hound,…

Millennial Poetics: Adding The Tenth Column

It’s time to review the Millennial Poetics philosophy once more simply because I’ve thought of another principle that should be added. It’s the 10th, but I’d prefer to call them columns. There’s a reason I want to call them columns. In architecture, a column has a specific purpose; really, it is a dual purpose. On…

MiPOradio And Video Poetry: Download The WCP Toolbar

If you’re a fan of MiPOradio then you might be interested to know that you can now listen to every broadcast from your browser. All you need to do is download the World Class Poetry toolbar. Our radio feature includes 30 radio stations, including NPR, and broadcasts from Grace Cavalieri’s MiPOradio. You’ll absolutely be able…

Audio Contest, AWP, And The State Of Poetry Today

The Missouri Review hosted an audio contest. The winners of the poetry competition were announced: First place in subcategory and Editors’ Choice Award, $100: Todd Boss, “To Wind a Mechanical Toy” First runner up: Todd Boss, “Yellow Rocket” Second runner-up: Runner up: Susan B.A. Sommers-Willett, “The Golden Lesson” Third runner-up: Eric Torgenson, “Taking Tickets” Fourth…

World Class Poetry Potpourri

Borders is sponsoring an Open Door Poetry Contest. Edward Byrne is one year old. Did you write anything today? How to live a long and happy life. Does poetry ever speak to life? Poetry may not be popular, but … This poet feels dirty critiquing your work. On poetry and jazz. Line Reading Series: Poetic…

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