Sunday, September 25, 2011

September 24, 2011 Carrie Hunter Part One

On Saturday, September 24th we played the first of a two-part interview with poet Carrie Hunter. She discusses her writing process, her poetry and her new book 'The 'Incompossible.' Next week we will play the second part of this inspiring interview which will include more of her poetry and info on Dusie Press!  Click here to listen

Monday, September 19, 2011

Brian Teare Part 4!

This past Saturday we listened to Brian Teare talk about teaching and his press Albion Books.
He also discussed Robert Duncan. In keeping on topic, we listened to a lecture by Duncan found at Penn Sounds: You can find more of Duncan's readings at
Next week we play our first installment of our three part interview with Carrie Hunter.
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Wednesday, September 14, 2011

9/10/11: Brian Teare Part 3

Last Saturday we aired Part 3 of our interview with Brian Teare.

This time we discuss the pastoral, the “natural world and the poet’s interior,” Emerson and Transcendentalism’s complicity with environmental destruction, Religion and the queer psyche, coming out, birch trees, Gerard Manley Hopkins, craft, and writing from a subjective position that’s “stained” with Theology.

(In the background we are graced with Albion St. traffic and one very loud cherry bomb!)

In the second half of the interview, Brian reads “Long After Hopkins” from Sight Map (UC Press) and talks about how Hopkins was his “gateway drug” into poetry. Jay also reads Hopkins’ Terrible Sonnet #41 live in the studio!

One thing we didn’t know but weren’t too surprised to learn: Brian was originally trained as a musician and composer!

Click here to listen Part 4 will conclude our interview with Brian Teare and airs this weekend!