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The Hive Poetry Collective
59 minutes | a day ago
S3:E7: Dion O'Reilly chats with Nikia Chaney
Dion O'Reilly chats with a new member of The Hive Poetry Collective, Nikia Chaney. We talk about her poetry and the new African-American literature class she is teaching at Cabrillo. We read some Ross Gay and Lucille Clifton.
60 minutes | 18 days ago
S3:E5 Dion O'Reilly interviews Robert Stewart
Dion O'Reilly interviews Robert Stewart, long-time editor of New Letters, about his career as a writer and editor. He reads from his new book Working Class.
58 minutes | 18 days ago
S3:E6 Julie Murphy & Julia Chiapella host the Hive Poetry Collective Valentines Special
Join hosts Julie Murphy and Julia Chiapella for the Hive Poetry Collective's Valentine's Day Special. We’ll read and discuss poems by Natalie Diaz, Jack Gilbert, Dorothy Parker, Tim Seibles and more... Natalie Diaz Jack Gilbert Tim Seibles Beth Ann Fennelly Dorothy Parker Robert Wrigley Dorianne Laux
62 minutes | a month ago
S3: E4 Dion O'Reilly interviews Allison Luterman
S3: E4 Dion O'Reilly interviews Alison Luterman about her new book In the Time of Great Fires.
67 minutes | a month ago
S3: E3 What We've Unleashed Has Found Us: California Poets and Fire
Poets read their poems about fire and talk to host Farnaz Fatemi about writing them. With Lisa Ortiz, Carmen Fought, Terri Drake, Nicelle Davis, Maggie Paul, Roxi Power Hamilton, and Charles Atkinson. Let us know what you think at https://hivepoetry.org Lisa Allen Ortiz https://lisaallenortiz.com Mychorrhiza: https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/12/02/magazine/tree-communication-mycorrhiza.html Bonny Doon video with Lisa’s poem: https://www.facebook.com/100000462274944/videos/4903937866298241/ Carmen Fought can be reached at: email@example.com Maggie Paul https://maggiepaulpoetry.com Nicelle Davis http://www.nicelledavis.net Terri Drake’s poetry collection is called At The Seams, published by Bear Star Press Charles Atkinson can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org Roxi Power can be reached at email@example.com
59 minutes | 3 months ago
S2:E34 Dion O'Reilly Interviews Francesca Bell
Dion O'Reilly talks with poet Francesca Bell about her life in poetry and her new book, the prize winning Bright Stain.
59 minutes | 3 months ago
S2:E32 Julie Murphy Interviews Ellen Bass and Cynthia White about the new gender-inclusive anthology "Grabbed: Poets and Writers on Sexual Assault, Empowerment, and Healing”
Julie Murphy interviews award winning poets Ellen Bass and Cynthia White about their poems and the work of Jericho Brown and Paul Tran included in the new gender-inclusive anthology Grabbed: Poets and Writers on Sexual Assault, Empowerment and Healing. Please join us as we read stunning poems and engage in a lively discussion of the power of poetry, how to write about difficult subjects, art and healing, and more. From the Grabbed website: "The editors asked writers and poets to add to the conversation about what being “grabbed” means to them in their own experience or in whatever way the word “grabbed” inspired them. What they received are often searing, heart-rending works, ranging in topic from sexual misconduct to racial injustice, from an unwanted caress to rape, expressed in powerful, beautifully crafted prose and poetry. This book is for everyone who has ever felt alone in their experience of being grabbed, violated, overlooked, and silenced. This anthology is their voice. It is their war cry. It is their plea to be heard and be seen. We want this volume to provide hope to those who have yet to harness the power of their own story. Years in the making, the stitching together of this important narrative chronicles a moment in time which is, unfortunately, also timeless." Grabbed: Writers and Poets on Sexual Assault, Empowerment and Healing edited by Richard Blanco, Caridad Moro, Nikki Moustaki, and Elisa Albo Grabbed Website Ellen Bass Cynthia White The Courage to Heal: A Guide for Women Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse 20th Anniversary Edition by Ellen Bass and Laura Davis I Never Told Anyone by Ellen Bass
59 minutes | 4 months ago
S2:E31 Danusha Lameris and Dion O'Reilly talk about the poetry of Morgan Parker, featured guest of the 11th annual Morton Marcus memorial event
Listen to the buzz of the Morton Marcus annual event! Award-winning poet, essayist, and novelist Morgan Parker will be the featured guest at the 11th annual Morton Marcus Memorial Poetry Reading, which takes place this year as a virtual event on November 12. Danusha Lameris and Dion O'Reilly dive deep into Morgan Parker's poetry. The Morton Marcus Memorial Poetry Reading is held each year to honor poet, teacher, film critic, and Santa Cruz cultural icon Morton Marcus (1936-2009). It was created to continue Marcus’s tradition of bringing acclaimed poets to Santa Cruz County, to acknowledge the significant role poetry has played in the community's history, and to help preserve poetry's influence in the county's culture. This community event is presented by the The Humanities Institute and co-sponsored by Bookshop Santa Cruz, the Cabrillo College English Department, Cowell College, the Living Writers Series, Ow Family Properties, Poetry Santa Cruz, the Porter Hitchcock Modern Poetry Fund, and Porter College.
61 minutes | 4 months ago
S2:E30 Dion O'Reilly lnterviews Karen Holmes and Ann Fisher-Wirth
Dion O'Reilly interviews fellow Terrapin Poets Karen Holmes and Ann Fisher-Wirth. We hear a few poems from their books, The Bones of Winter Birds, by Ann Fisher-Wirth and No Such Things as Distance, by Karen Holmes.
57 minutes | 4 months ago
Season 2, Episode 29 The Healing Powers of Poetry: Julie Murphy interviews Rob Fisher and Hu Ting Ting
Listen here for the first episode dedicated to The Healing Powers of Poetry. Julie Murphy, LMFT interviews therapists and teachers Rob Fisher and Hu Ting Ting. Please join us as we read poems and share experiences with poetry in therapeutic settings. The Hive Poetry Collective: The Healing Powers of Poetry.. Rob Fisher Website Ting Ting Website (in Mandarin) Ellen Bass: If You Knew The Hakomi Institute of California The Hakomi Institute of China
49 minutes | 5 months ago
S2 E28: Diane Louie, National Poetry Series winner for Fractal Shores
Diane Louie joins Farnaz Fatemi from her home in Paris, France, to talk about and read from her new book (October 2020) from University of Georgia Press, Fractal Shores. https://ugapress.org/book/9780820357904/fractal-shores/ https://www.dianehlouie.com/work
61 minutes | 6 months ago
S2: E25 Poetry for the Seeming End Times
Farnaz Fatemi talks to Hive members Billy Butler and Dion O’Reilly about poetry in the seeming end times. Listen in to conversation about wildfires, the 2020 election, hair product, facing uncertainty, friendship, and more. Billy Butler read from his essay, the Finer Points of Being an Anxious Person When Bad Things Happen, https://thebolditalic.com/what-you-have-when-you-may-lose-everything-2efa304c827c Dion O’Reilly read a poem soon to appear in Anti-Heroin Chic, http://heroinchic.weebly.com Poets/Poems mentioned in the show William Bronk https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/william-bronk Francine J Harris https://poets.org/poet/francine-j-harris Keith Wilson Ode to the Police https://aprweb.org/poems/ode-to-the-police4 Pamela Hart American Mother https://www.slowdownshow.org/episode/2020/05/15/385-american-mother?fbclid=IwAR05La9QntqdGs2f0585kk20c3zhrk7oxZ3s5DUmyTzLLudGUZZyoRvo4Qs
52 minutes | 6 months ago
E2: S24- Ross Gay
In these sad and broken days, let's not forget delight and what it's made of— rage and rapture. Lisa Allen Ortiz hosts an episode of PROSETRY on the Hive that celebrates Ross Gay's poetry and prose and features Gay reading excerpts from his Book of Delights. Buzz in for a listen and discover that joy is powerful medicine.
63 minutes | 6 months ago
S2: E23 Dion O'Reilly talks with Julie Murphy and Cynthia White about Poems For our Times
Dion O'Reilly talks with poet Cynthia White and fellow Bee Julie Murphy about our favorite poems. We read Diane Seuss, Lucille Clifton, Robert Frost, Tracy K. Smith, and Frank Gaspar.
57 minutes | 6 months ago
S2E22: Julie Murphy Interviews Santa Cruz Poets Cynthia White and Maggie Paul
Listen here for a great conversation and great poems. Julie Murphy interviews Cynthia White and Maggie Paul, Santa Cruz poets, who read new work and talk about nature, metaphor, and who inspires them. Maggie Paul Website Facebook: Cynthia White Facebook: The Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohlleben A Natural History of the Senses by Diane Ackerman
60 minutes | 7 months ago
S2:E21 A conversation between the poet Naomi Shihab Nye and Danusha Laméris
A conversation between the beloved poet Naomi Shihab Nye and Danusha Laméris at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, marking the occasion of the Lucille Clifton Legacy Award.
62 minutes | 7 months ago
S2:E20 Dion O'Reilly interviews Bay Area poet Meryl Natchez.
Dion O'Reilly interviews Bay Area poet Meryl Natchez. You can find her newest book Catwalk right HERE.
59 minutes | 7 months ago
S2:E19 Julie Murphy Interviews Barbara Rockman
Join host Julie Murphy and Santa Fe poet, Barbara Rockman, as they share poems and talk about about her award winning book to cleave. The conversation weaves through themes of marriage, loss, aging, and spirituality.
56 minutes | 8 months ago
S2:E18 Flashback Honey- Meg Freitag
Honey from the Flashback Hive —Poet and Fiction Writer Meg Freitag talks with Lisa Allen Ortiz about fiction, boxes, God, mirrors and of course poetry written to dead parakeets named Edith.
62 minutes | 8 months ago
S2: E17 Dion O'Reilly interviews Jeanne Morel
Dion O'Reilly interviews Seattle poet, editor, and teacher Jeanne Morel. You can find her newest chapbook HERE.
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