Fri, 29 April 2022
In this week’s show, I speak with the creative nonfiction writer Nita Noveno about the Peace Corps, having a writing community, the Kerouac House, gators, gators, and more gators, and bears, and all of Florida’s wild charms, including the people.
Direct download: The_Drunken_Odyssey_Episode_521.mp3
Category:Arts/Culture/Writing -- posted at: 8:46pm EDT
Sun, 24 April 2022
In this week’s show, I speak with Rachael Tillman about the poetry and practice of Anne Sexton.
Direct download: The_Drunken_Odyssey_Episode_520.mp3
Category:Literature -- posted at: 1:30am EDT
Sat, 16 April 2022
In this week’s show, I speak with the poet Marisa Siegel about the value of combining poetry with graphic art, language poetry, discovering poetry early in life, and the Mills College MFA Program in Oakland.
Direct download: The_Drunken_Odyssey_Episode_519.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:13pm EDT
Sat, 9 April 2022
In this week’s show, I speak with the poet Vidhu Aggarwal about humor in poetry, the physicality of laughter, symbology, physics and spirituality, The Mahabharata, Samuel Beckett, and Shakespeare.
Direct download: The_Drunken_Odyssey_Episode_518.mp3
Category:Arts/Culture/Writing -- posted at: 1:29pm EDT
Sat, 2 April 2022
In this week’s show, I speak with the poet Kimberly Ann Priest about purposeful ambiguity in poetry and the minor disturbing oddities in Hieronymus Bosch.
Direct download: The_Drunken_Odyssey_Episode_517.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:36am EDT