kevin mcpherson eckhoff on Humour and Experimental Poetry

Poet, actor, and comedian kevin mcpherson eckhoff joins me to talk about humour and experimental poetry, and why you should try to have fun. Subscribe to the podcast: iTunes | Stitcher | GooglePlay | SoundCloud Music by Patrick Short (aka Electric Candles), who is better known as Kindest Cuts Photography by Michael Sanders of Electric Monk Media Art Design by author S.M. Beiko Writing the […]

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Ryan Fitzpatrick on Writing Flarf and Experimental Poetry

Ryan Fitzpatrick was kind enough to do an interview on his poem “Join the Wrinkle Resistance” and on writing flarf and experimental poetry, for the benefit of my class… and now you! Subscribe to the podcast: iTunes | Stitcher | GooglePlay | SoundCloud Music by Patrick Short (aka Electric Candles), who is better known as Kindest Cuts Photography by Michael Sanders of Electric Monk […]

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Derek Beaulieu on Conceptual Writing and Concrete Poetry

Concrete Poet and Conceptual Writer Derek Beaulieu joins me to talk about why you should try experimental writing. Subscribe to the podcast: iTunes | Stitcher | GooglePlay | SoundCloud Music by Patrick Short (aka Electric Candles), who is better known as Kindest Cuts Photography by Michael Sanders of Electric Monk Media Art Design by author S.M. Beiko Writing the Wrong Way with Jonathan Ball, PhD […]

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Dennis Cooley on Writing Poems

My great mentor Dennis Cooley joins me to talk about writing poems, and his three new books: The Bestiary and Coldpress Moon from Turnstone Press, and The Muse Sings from At Bay Press. Subscribe to the podcast: iTunes | Stitcher | GooglePlay | SoundCloud Music by Patrick Short (aka Electric Candles), who is better known as Kindest Cuts Photography by Michael Sanders of Electric […]

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Writing through Trauma and Collage Poetry with Ian Kinney

Ian Kinney fell seven stories and survived. In AIR SALT (University of Calgary Press, 2019), Kinney writes through trauma using a process of found text and collage poetry, combining material gleaned from his medical records, police reports, and other sources to present a memoir about an event he cannot remember. Subscribe to the podcast: iTunes | Stitcher | GooglePlay | SoundCloud

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