69 minutes | Jan 13th 2021

Episode 120: Kazim Ali

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Kazim Ali is a writer based in San Diego, CA. Kazim’s latest poetry collection, The Voice of Sheila Chandra, uses sound to explode meaning and explore silence and voicelessness, bringing together history, philosophy, spirituality, and personal experience to create something truly profound. In our conversation, Kazim and I discussed the divine in art, what the sound of poetry can embody and enact, and the fundamental oneness of human life. Then for the second segment, we talked about music. (Conversation recorded December 17, 2020.) Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | RadioPublic | Stitcher | Spotify | TuneIn | RSS Support: Support our Patreon | Review on Apple Podcasts | Review on Podchaser Share: Tweet this episode | Share to Facebook Connect: Newsletter | Email | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube Show Notes: Kazim Ali Purchase The Voice of Sheila Chandra Pre-order Northern Light: Power, Land, and the Memory of Water Upcoming virtual events with Kazim Ali PoetryNow - “Know No Name” What’s Love Got to Do With It Sheila Chandra Orpheus and Eurydice Alcestis Asian American Writers’ Workshop - The Voice of Sheila Chandra with Kazim Ali, Sheila Chandra, and Rajiv Mohabir The Frost Place Ellen Bryant Voigt Prakriti Festival Kazim Ali - The Far Mosque Cyndi Lauper - At Last Alice Coltrane Qawwali Amjad Sabri Abida Parveen Kirtan Krishna Das Kazim Ali - Bright Felon Keep the Channel Open - Julia Dixon Evans Honorée Fanonne Jeffers Honorée Fanonne Jeffers - The Age of Phillis Phillis Wheatley Transcript Episode Credits Editing/Mixing: Mike Sakasegawa Music: Podington Bear Transcription: Shea Aguinaldo
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