Welcome to Poetry Spoken Here
Poetry Spoken Here is a podcast series from host Charlie Rossiter and producer/technical director, Jack Rossiter-Munley. Episodes feature interviews with poets, and examinations of poets and poetic themes of the past and present.
Poetry Spoken Here can be found on iTunes, stitcher, and soundcloud. To stay up to date with the latest Poetry Spoken Here has to offer, be sure to head over to iTunes (or wherever you get your podcasts) and subscribe! If you like what you hear, leave us a review -- that's a great way for us to find more listeners.
New episodes of Poetry Spoken Here are posted on the 1st and 3rd Friday of each month. You can listen to previous podcasts and other exclusive audio in our "Podcast Archive." You can like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and you can write us with your thoughts on past shows or with suggestions for future programs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current & Upcoming Episodes:
July 7, 2017—Juliet Cook from Ohio shares her poems, talks about her Blood Pudding Press and how she relearned language and continues to write poetry following recovery from a stroke. Host, Charlie Rossiter, reviews Paterson Light and Shadow, a collection of Poems by Maria Mazziotti Gillan and photographs by Mark Hillringhouse.
July 21, 2017—Albany NY poet, Don Levy shares poems from his gay perspective and discusses the importance of local poetry communities. Host, Charlie Rossiter reviews Sherman Alexie’s new memoir, You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me.
Check out Close Talking!
In November of 2016, we launched our sister-podcast Close Talking, a show that dives deep into individual works of poetry and plumbs their depths. New episodes post on the 2nd and 4th Friday of of each month. That show is hosted by Poetry Spoken Here producer, Jack Rossiter-Munley and his good friend Connor Stratton. Connor is an MFA student at the University of Minnesota and provides technical, textual analysis while Jack usually offers broader connections and a wide assortment of historical and literary resonances. Just like Poetry Spoken Here, Close Talking is available on iTunes, stitcher, and soundcloud.