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The Penteract Podcast is the official podcast of Penteract Press, an international poetry publisher specialising in the formal and experimental. This podcast features interviews with poets and poetry publishers from all over the world, with in-depth discussions about both the craft of poetry and the present and future state of the artform. We will also be interviewing artists from other disciplines, discussing a range of topics surrounding creativity and curiosity.
 
This unique experiential podcast is not just talking about healing; it is about immersing you into a healing experience while holding the intention to awaken humanity...one heart at a time. We create a felt experience of healing & awakening in EVERY episode! Are you ready to FEEL it for yourself? Join the Healing Experiment NOW, and together, we can expect miracles, heal deeply and clear our leftover vibrational density as we expand our capacity to love and be loved.
 
Hosted by Farooq and Naseem who have their own shows and discuss the challenges we face as Muslims today whether that is from a revert or born Muslim perspective. Launched in the heart of the pandemic in 2020, they bring you inspirational talks and give you hope in a broken, confused world.
 
YOU DON'T KNOW: text, sound and visual art by Lizzy and David Turner. Collaborative podcasts, original writing and hand-produced print publications. Each of these podcasts will be accompanied by a handmade / bound / drawn print publication available for you to buy via our online shop. Visit our website for more information, to see more examples of our work and download episode transcripts. YDK is an experiment.
 
From Plato to quantum physics, Walter Benjamin to experimental poetry, Frantz Fanon to the history of political radicalism, The Podcast for Social Research is a crucial part of our mission to forge new, organic paths for intellectual work in the twenty-first century: an ongoing, interdisciplinary series featuring members of the Institute, and occasional guests, conversing about a wide variety of intellectual issues, some perennial, some newly pressing. Each episode centers on a different top ...
 
Hi everyone! This is a surgeon in the making and a podcaster by passion and through this podcast I try to experiment with my voice and express my views, notions and thoughts through shayaris, poems, short stories and write ups. welcome to the world of this imaginator. Do listen to one episode from my podcast and I promise ,you will come back wanting to listen to more. Happy listening..!
 
A social experiment, located at the intersection of community activist, social scholarship and womanhood. Curating a collection of audio poetics that examine life, love, the arts and women; this is a journey of healing for the soul, stimulation for your body and Release for your mind. It’s a deep dive who wants to play in the shallow end of anything. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/prettywildpodcast/support
 
Tell Me Something True is for people who want to fall in love with the mystery of life again. Practical, fun, and provocative conversations that use the lenses of psychology, philosophy, creativity, science, and spirituality to help us discover the surprising things that make life meaningful. Laura McKowen, the host, is the best-selling author of We Are The Luckiest, a "raw, deep and hopeful" memoir. Laura brings hard-won life experience, a searing curiosity, and deep passion for others to e ...
 
Award-winning poet Victoria Brockmeier teaches you about poetry, one poem at a time. Sometimes one syllable at a time. Dramatic monologues, odes and aubades, sestinas, blues sonnets, regular sonnets, ballads, one-of-a-kind experimental pieces, and maybe even haiku: it's all fair game. The video component is minimal, but useful -- we zoom in on individual moments within poems to get a close look at how they do what they do. Feel free to do things in another window, and check back whenever we ...
 
The Seattle Public Library celebrates the written word through literary and humanities programs, including readings and talks by local, national and international authors, Seattle Reads, and the annual Washington State Book Awards, American history lecture, and Living History or Living Literature series.
 
"It is the honourable characteristic of Poetry that its materials are to be found in every subject which can interest the human mind." William Wordsworth The Troubadour Podcast invites you into a world where art is conversation and conversation is art. The conversations on this show will be with some living people and some dead writers of our past. I aim to make both equally entertaining and educational.In 1798 William Wordsworth and Samuel Coleridge published Lyrical Ballads, which Wordswor ...
 
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Samuel Burton, Jared Richardson, and Abi Nielson Hunsaker

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Everything is fine and dandy in Wendell. There's nothing off-putting or strange at all. Why would you even ask that? Don't ask questions. But after some unnerving encounters with the local radio announcer and an influential farmer, newcomer Gabe Rodriguez can't help but ask questions. Questions like, is that talking scarecrow completely psychotic, or am I? Listen to the soundtrack: https://open.spotify.com/album/6TBSaPuTSB1d49mqIq6u29?si=l9RC3HMQSBG5mGOv5DeB9g
 
Writing the Wrong Way is the perfect podcast for serious writers who want to stand out in a crowded industry by becoming more productive while taking more artistic risks. Jonathan Ball is an award-winning author of dark, experimental artworks. He holds a PhD in creative writing and uses an analytical approach to show serious writers new ways to write, edit, and work so they can create innovative art that stands taller than the crowd. https://www.strangerfication.ca/
 
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CJSW 90.9 FM

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In a downtown alley, late at night, you find the well-hidden door you're looking for. You knock, speak the password, and descend the stairs, following the sound of snaps and poetry. In Speakeasy words and music share the stage. You take a seat.
 
Visionaries Radio is a free-form, experimental audio-journal where anyone can share their own creative inspirations, philosophical tangents, favorite/personal poetry, comedy, interesting stories, rants, raves, crazy wisdom, or other random thoughts of similiar nature. Visit www.visionariesradio.com for more information.
 
Muddy Boots wanders where sneakers never will, moving on the back roads through the backwoods and to the forgotten cracks of our imagination. Tune in to hear a patchwork of sound, snippet, and song; field recordings from wherever, the random whimsical, and the rare, and not-so-rare. Learn more at muddybootsradio.org/
 
With the best of intentions, the narrator of this poetic, seriocomic, three-part podcast, Miss Experience White, summons the Demon of White America, Tyrannosaurus Wonderbread, and his Pearly White Retinue. These magical efforts lead her to an uncomfortable moment of reckoning. Immersive sound design by Earwax Productions plunges the listener into the surrealism of the poetry. Written and performed by Milo Starr Johnson, produced by The Tea Club and Jim McKee. Featuring the music of It Thing, ...
 
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Justin Evans and Tom Vinson

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Mystery Meat is an experimental podcast. We invite our audience to submit audio in whatever form they are interested in offering, whether found audio, recorded sounds, spoken poetry, ecstatic noise, etc. We want to offer a regular sound collage created by recordings which we do not expect. What we receive informs the final product. Like mystery meat, a conspicuous loaf of chance ingredients coalesced for the purpose of content conservation, health, and fulfillment.
 
With most of the entirety of the published journal's contents read aloud by the authors, the FENCE audiobook/podcast continues to push boundaries in literary publishing. In continuous publication since 1998, Fence is a biannual print journal of poetry, fiction, art, and criticism that redefines the terms of accessibility by publishing challenging writing distinguished by idiosyncrasy and intelligence rather than by allegiance with camps, schools, or cliques. FENCE is committed to publishing ...
 
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Jeremy Jusek and Joe Walle

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Two guys discuss topics that interest them. Joe and Jeremy are semi-educated idiots investigating cultural topics, science, and entertainment. So far, they've discussed the film "Hereditary," the world's oldest poem, the truth behind the Stanford Prison experiment, and some of their favorite video games. Moot is the soothing backdrop to your chores and work commute.
 
Cassette Tape Radio mashes together disparate elements to create a weirdo mixtape. Anything from comedy sketches, to poems and heated interviews. First episodes include a rap about fax machines, an essay about the playlist you make for your one night stands and an introduction to brand new musical genre I’ve created (#ElectroKrud). Playful, experimental and weird - welcome to Cassette Tape Radio
 
Limited Fork Music offers electronic and jazz-based experiments in sound as well as spoken experiments. Limited Fork Music is on the soothing side of the avant-garde. Limited Fork Music seeks and makes audible pulses. Limited Fork Music is also a literary poetry jukebox where the ego associated with high art has been overcome. Come here each week for the latest Limited Fork tune(s). Learn more about Limited Fork Poetics and see related video poams in the Limited Fork and Limited Fork Video A ...
 
This brand new poetry podcast began as a fun experiment between two like-minded artists who share a passion for music, verse and prose, one another's company, and the occasional Cote du Rhone. Intended to cover a variety of inspiring and compelling themes, it begins with pieces devoted to New York City, and continues on to some of the great male speeches of Shakespeare. Composer and conductor Daniela Candillari creates an original score set to recitation performed by Theatre and Film actress ...
 
Author Steven Seidenberg reads his book, Plain Sight. Poetry. "The text of PLAIN SIGHT relentlessly questions notions of thinking and being, setting out various propositions about life, thought, and perception in a way that persuades not merely with argument, but with music. The resulting experience is a thrilling 'excavation of the nous,' drawing us into a realm where point of view, connotation, misdirection, and other rhetorical and prestidigitational devices are deployed in a tender but u ...
 
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Learn how to move from separation to Living Oneness as you feed your Faith instead of feeding fear. Join your host, Spiritual Mentor, Intuitive Healer and Ordained Minister, Rev Sue Dumais for a felt experience of Living Oneness through sharing her global c-OM-Unity gathering designed to heal our wounds of separation to uplift humanity and unify us…
 
25 years ago a comprehensive government task-force report on violence against women was published. Since then, nearly 250 women have been murdered in Ireland, including Ashling Murphy, laid to rest this week by her family. In today’s podcast, Róisín talks to columnist with the Irish Examiner, Alison O’Connor, final year law student, Inny Ekeolu, pr…
 
We promised more AMAs, so let’s go! This week, Laura answers three questions that interlace around the topics of infidelity, trust, intimacy, divorce, addiction, forgiveness, and the complex reality of life and love.We are so grateful for the courage and trust our listeners place in us when they call in and share themselves in such generous ways. T…
 
Relicans host, Kirk Haines, talks to former Relican, Chael Wright-Munn, about how programming is just as human as art, and poetry, and music where you’re following certain rules and certain conventions to create something that didn't exist before, making habits and systems versus trying to keep things in your head, and how she feels about the Rust …
 
This episode explores new research, which has found that 370,000 Californians rely on drinking water that is polluted, with communities of colour disproportionally affected. --- Read this episode’s science poem here. Read the scientific study that inspired it here. Read ‘Water’ by Ralph Waldo Emerson here. --- Music by Rufus Beckett. --- Follow Sam…
 
Have you ever questioned the path you’ve found yourself on? Ever fantasised about quitting your job and making a career change? Or maybe life just intervened and forced you to change lanes. For many or us, the pandemic has had a huge impact on our attitudes to work. It’s been a time of soul searching and reflection on what makes us happy and keeps …
 
Purity culture isn’t a thing that happens to OTHER people. The tendrils of sexual repression have insinuated themselves into all of our lives. In the second half of our conversation with Jamie Lee Finch, we see how evangelical Christianity’s restrictive approach to sex, sex education and owning your body and desire isn’t that different from what so…
 
Relicans host, Ben Greenberg, talks to Developer Evangelist, Lorna Mitchell, about developer burnout, writing technical documentation, and open-source culture and what it can bring into our working cultures and docs portals. Should you find a burning need to share your thoughts or rants about the show, please spray them at devrel@newrelic.com. Whil…
 
The Sisters' Show is in full flow of podcasts Alhamdulillah - and today, Naseem interviews Aisha Jannah from TikTok. Do check out her page and follow her today - @aisha.jannat She is a Revert Muslim and shares her story about how she came into Islam after the curiosity of what she heard about Islam. As she researched more for herself, she came to k…
 
Jonathan welcomes award-winning poet and University of Winnipeg creative writing professor Catherine Hunter for a wide-raging discussion on her craft. The conversation digs deep into the process, from drawing on your own experiences to re-writing Harry Potter. Spoiler alert for The Great Gatsby, if you haven't read it. You can find more on Catherin…
 
Anoushé is a champion for all those experiencing barriers and self-limiting beliefs. Born missing her right arm below the elbow, living with multiple health conditions, a cancer survivor, a Muslim and coming from an ethnic minority, Anoushé has never let what society or culture thinks she should do limit her or dictate the direction of her life. Sh…
 
Episode 35 of the Penteract Podcast, hosted by Anthony Etherin, and featuring an interview with Michelle Moloney King of Beir Bua Press. Topics of conversation include small press publishing, the British and Irish avantgarde, hypnosis and meditation, and defying poetic labels. Visit Beir Bua press here. Follow this podcast on Twitter. Discover more…
 
This episode explores new research, which has found that violence is broadly felt by millions of Californians. --- Read this episode’s science poem here. Read the scientific study that inspired it here. Read ‘Parable in Praise of Violence’ by Tony Barnstone here. --- Music by Rufus Beckett. --- Follow Sam on social media and send in any questions o…
 
Professor Sam Morris from Washington University in St. Louis is elucidating how cells make developmental decisions as they navigate the space of cell identity. She had a rocky start in science, but falling in love with her projects led her to stick it out. Luckily so: she now runs a highly successful and highly creative lab. Sam thoughtfully discus…
 
Join me today as we announce the countdown to the 100th episode by giving you the opportunity to enter a competition. Competition Entry: To join, you must follow all or one of the following social platforms: TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@tmepodcaster Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tmepodcaster YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwzam…
 
Today, we celebrate Women’s Christmas or as it’s known in Ireland Nollaig na mBan. Traditionally this was the day when women got a day off after all the emotional and physical labour of making Christmas happen. But have we really moved on very much from the days when women did the majority of work in the home? And how much is this clear imbalance h…
 
What if your body was your closest friend instead of…whatever it is now?Jamie Lee Finch is a wise guide for so many women who are asking - what would a healthy relationship with my body look like? In this conversation we go deep into why we need to relate to our bodies like A PERSON and the healing that can come as a result. Virtually NONE of us ar…
 
Relicans host, Ali Diamond, talks to Staff Developer Advocate at PlanetScale, James Q. Quick, about recently hitting 100,000 subscribers on YouTube, creating edgier videos that provide value but still get people's attention, and how he repurposes content by pointing people back to it in the newer videos he makes. Should you find a burning need to s…
 
Lyndon Radchenka is a successful writer, letterer and comic creator who has a plan for his career. Jonathan talks to him about that plan, and about whether he can achieve the goals he has set out for himself. You can find Radchenka's work here: https://www.infinitestudio.ca/projects Jonathan's latest project is The Eye Collector, available from Hea…
 
A chat about Simulacra and Simulation by Jean Baudrillard, conspiracy theories & Immanuel Kant with our very special guest David from the YouTube channel Theory & Philosophy! https://www.youtube.com/c/TheoryPhilosophy https://twitter.com/DavidGuignion Follow us on twitter: https://twitter.com/Crucem_sanctam…
 
This episode explores new research, which has found that head lice can help us to analyse the remains of our ancestors. --- Read this episode’s science poem here. Read the scientific study that inspired it here. Read ‘What DNA Knows’ by Charlotte Pence here. --- Music by Rufus Beckett. --- Follow Sam on social media and send in any questions or com…
 
Our very first show of 2022 - we are excited to bring to you TheUmbrellaMarketing.com - a Muslim Marketing company that is serving the Ummah and everyone else who needs assistance with getting their business online and ranked on Google. You'll find them here: https://www.theumbrellamarketing.com/ Support the show (https://cash.app/$TMEPodcaster)…
 
Today on this long-awaited episode I speak with return guest and dear friend Rafael Lancelotta. I ask questions about the experiences Rafael has as a self-identified non-binary [Superstar* - added by me] individual. Rafael tells me all about their recent research, experiences, and interests in the field of psychedelics and they tell us about their …
 
Hello my Dawns and High Noons, Welcome to 2022! We are back with the Women of Birmingham Series, conversations with women whom I have had to pleasure of growing with and just admiring thought out my journey. Up First is Mojo Mamma, Laura Secord...a local genesis member of the Poetry Community. Laura, has a book scheduled to come in the spring, pre-…
 
In this finale for 2021, we take a look back at some of the podcasts we covered. Here's to looking forward to 2022 and the blessings it will bring. Good things are coming, we just have to have the right mindset and quit dwelling on our past. We hope you enjoyed the podcasts of 2021 - we're very excited to bring you more content next year In-Sha-All…
 
Our final episode for 2021 is a harvest of hard-earned wisdom to launch us into 2022. You’ll hear from Peter Rollins, Annie Grace, Rob Bell, yung pueblo, and africa brooke. They share so much on how to slow down, trust ourselves, get our focus on what we truly need and, most of all, have fun while doing it!We are SO GRATEFUL for all of the support …
 
In this episode presenters Kathy and Róisín are joined by producers Jennifer and Suzanne to look back at 2021. We share our favourite episodes, name our women of the year and talk about some of the highs and lows of the past 12 months. **This episode was recorded in mid-December 2021. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
This month’s online presentation welcomes the Ballard Writers Collective. Established in 2010 the Ballard Writers Collective is a loose collective of Ballard-based writers of all genres, published and unpublished. This is their 11th Annual Event and will feature (up to) 11 writers reading new works on the theme "Contagious."…
 
Relicans host, Aaron Bassett, talks to Alex Lakatos about creating a developer relations culture instead of creating a team, Grant for the Web: a fund to boost open, fair, and inclusive standards and innovation in Web Monetization, and being 1/2 of the Developer Avocados Weekly Newsletter and working in DevRel in general! Should you find a burning …
 
Lyndon Radchenka is a successful writer, letterer and comic creator who has a plan for his career. Jonathan talks to him about that plan, and about whether he can achieve the goals he has set out for himself. You can find Radchenka's work here: https://www.infinitestudio.ca/projects Jonathan's latest project is The Eye Collector, available from Hea…
 
This episode explores new research, which has found that the magnetic field generated by a tsunami can be detected before changes in sea level. --- Read this episode’s science poem here. Read the scientific study that inspired it here. Read ‘The Great Tsunami’ by Michele Wolf here. --- Music by Rufus Beckett. --- Follow Sam on social media and send…
 
In episode 59 of the Podcast for Social Research, Ajay Singh Chaudhary, Lygia Sabbag Fares, Rebecca Ariel Porte, Suzy Schneider, and Michael Stevenson look back at their 2021 in cultural experiences: painting of the Italian Renaissance, language lessons, television, film, poetry, theater, translations, music, games, high-brow, the low-brow, and the…
 
Check out our first exclusive video interview with the author of "Thee Jerusalem Gangster" Emad, who shares his inspiring story about his childhood, growing up in Chicago, and prison life. He makes some life-changing decisions that lead him back to Islam. You can purchase his book through: Amazon Waterstones Barnes and Noble Search for: Thee Jerusa…
 
How do world-class scientists make discoveries? “Observing and listening” says Professor Ruth Lehmann, the Director of MIT’s Whitehead Institute. Ruth’s pioneering research focuses on germ cells and embryogenesis, and in this episode we were very fortunate to sit down with her to discuss her creative process, which she likens to the opening of a wi…
 
Have a listen to this very first solo podcast special, brought to you by Naseem. This is a very personal podcast from Naseem you must listen to, especially if you're a revert Muslim living in America. It provides first-hand experience on the struggles and how to maintain your faith when you become a Muslim in a broken world. In-Sha-Allah we can bri…
 
What if you could step off the rollercoaster of emotional highs and lows? What if the pain that comes with taking everything personally could taper and largely disappear?THAT’S the promise of emotional sobriety, and Veronica Valli is one of the most steady, sane, helpful voices when it comes to that murky topic. Veronica is a woman in long-term rec…
 
Earlier this year, in the bleakness of lockdown three, Jan Brierton became a viral sensation with her pandemic poem What day is it? Who gives a f*ck. Sharing her thoughts on the monotony of lockdown life, her words resonated with many across the country and beyond. In today’s episode, the stylist turned poet tells Róisín Ingle how that poem changed…
 
Relicans host, Lauren Lee, talks to Front-End Architect at Temporal, Steve Kinney, about being drawn toward front-end engineering and blending the two worlds of teaching and tech. Should you find a burning need to share your thoughts or rants about the show, please spray them at devrel@newrelic.com. While you're going to all the trouble of shipping…
 
Jonathan welcomes playwright Wren Brian to the podcast to discuss the challenges of writing for the stage. Check out Brian's work at https://www.wrenbrian.com Jonathan's latest project is The Eye Collector, available from Heavy Metal magazine: https://shop.heavymetal.com/products/the-eye-collector-1 For more of Jonathan's work: https://twitter.com/…
 
This month’s online presentation welcomes the 2021 Jack Straw Writers.C. R. Glasgow is a non-binary, queer, first-generation Afro-Caribbean. Doc serves as writer, psychologist, spiritual creative, and public speaker. Doc has been writing since 7 years old, beginning with poetry. Doc won the NYC Borough President’s Award at the age of 10. Doc’s crea…
 
This episode explores new research, which has found that Earth’s past climate is recorded in clam shells. --- Read this episode’s science poem here. Read the scientific study that inspired it here. Read ‘Some Questions about the Storm’ by Hilda Raz here. --- Music by Rufus Beckett. --- Follow Sam on social media and send in any questions or comment…
 
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