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Host Ada Limón delivers a different way to see the world – through poetry. In just one turn of phrase, poetry can anchor us, or shift a moment, a day, or even a whole life. Join us for a poem and a moment of reflection in one short episode, every weekday. Produced by American Public Media in partnership with The Poetry Foundation.
 
Audio blog of a retired exec who lives in Denver with his wife and Yorkie, and spends time being a grandfather in Cambridge and Boston, with frequent visits to Maine. My interests are family, art, books, movies, quilting, quilts, RV, photos, photography, video, motorhome trips, condo life. My podcast contains interviews, book and movie reviews, and comments on literature, politics, and popular culture. I am a graduate of Harvard College, Harvard Business School, and the Bennington MFA progra ...
 
Presentations of Poems, Stories, and Arcana – Exploring weird fiction, war, lore, fantasy, horror, literary theory, history, philosophy, mythology, science fiction, esoterica, and exotica in search of Truth, Meaning, Meaninglessness, Beauty, and the Unexplainable. Featuring Bierce, Burns, Lovecraft, Dunsany, Millay, Shakespeare, Whitman, Owen, Andreyev, Wikipedia, The SCP Foundation, contemporary writers, original pieces, and more. Divine the darkness.
 
Celebrate teachers and a joy of reading with The Book Love Foundation Podcast. Hosts Penny Kittle and Julia Torres and their guests help teachers develop a love of reading in their students. It is a show filled with information, inspiration, and book love. The show focuses on the value of reading in a student s life when that child has access to books and skilled teachers who are committed to rich and rewarding reading lives for their students. The show helps teachers learn to foster a love ...
 
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Poetry can help anchor us to the world amidst the chaos and uncertainty of daily life. Look for new weekday episodes with host Ada Limón beginning September 21, 2021. Transcript Ada Limón: Many years ago, when I was just 20 and heartbroken, I walked home from my bus stop and noticed a tree illuminated by a streetlight. Each time I passed that tree,…
 
In this episode of The Oddball Show, Jason sits down with Nik Sheasby. Nik tells many interesting anecdotes from his days of touring with bands such as HIM, Linkin Park and The Rolling Stones. He also talks about his close call with death and consequent journey to sobriety. Don’t miss this week's podcast! It’s such a lovely, inspiring and beautiful…
 
In this episode of The Oddball Show, Jason sits down with Charles Coe, author of “Picnic on the Moon” to discuss music, poetry and what it means to be a writer. It's a chill podcast, with lots of fun and lots of Jazz. We find out a lot of hidden things about Charles Coe and get to dive into the depths of his creative mind. Definitely tune in! Speci…
 
In this episode of The Oddball Show, Jason sits down with Steve Glines, author of Poplar Hill and founder of Wilderness House Literary Review. Steve talks us through how he founded WHLR by telling many funny stories (featuring anecdotes about an astronaut, Steve's daughter and a decorated war veteran). Intro & Outro Music by Revolution Void and Loy…
 
Listen in on a conversation between Denver librarian and Book Love Foundation board member Julia Torres as she talks to author Laurie Halse Anderson about memoir writing.Book Love Foundation による
 
In this episode of the oddball show, Jason sits down with punk bassist and mental health advocacy leader, Sascha Altman DuBrul. Co-Founder of the Icarus Project, Sascha has helped pave the path on how we view mental health issues today.Oddball Magazine and Sascha Altman DuBrul による
 
In this episode of the oddball show, Jason sits down with friend and mental health activist, Jennifer Marshall. Co-Founder of This Is My Brave and an important change-maker, Jennifer Marshall shares her journey to leading this organization dedicated to helping others share their stories of battling mental health and addiction.…
 
In this episode of the oddball show, Jason sits down with friend and activist Jen Knight-Levine. Founder of the SAFE Coalition, dedicated to providing support for those struggling with the opioid epidemic, Jen shares her insights on this crisis in America.Oddball Magazine and Jen Knight-Levine による
 
In the second episode of the Book Love Foundation Podcast Season 5, Julia Torres talks to school librarian Edith Campbell about being educators of color and how young Black people are being served in American schools. Instagram handles: @pennykittle, @juliaeri80,@crazyqulitedi, @ctvchelsea ★ Support this podcast ★…
 
In this episode, Jason sits down with financial rockstar Scott Alan Turner. A man of many talents, be sure to listen in on this conversation about setting yourself up for future success and finding music at a late age. For all you creatives in the oddball family, Scott even delves into how to find financial stability as a struggling artist. If you …
 
In this illuminating episode of the oddball show, host Jason Wright sits down with mad advocate Vesper Moore. Vesper's wisdom and passion for mental health brightly shines throughout this thought provoking conversation. With a fresh perspective and an intimate knowledge of the mental health care system, Vesper will leave you with a new outlook on h…
 
Oddball's Jason Wright interviews author Rebecca Fishow about her new book, "The Trouble with Language", her inspirations, and everything in between! "The Trouble with Language" takes readers through a dark and imaginative world chalk full of memorable moments that will keep readers thinking for weeks to come. Be sure to check out this deep dive in…
 
In the first episode of the Book Love Foundation Podcast Season 5, Julia Torres talks to school librarians Julie Stivers and Kathryn Cole about the challenges and opportunities in their work during the pandemic and about their #LibCollab initiative. ★ Support this podcast ★Book Love Foundation による
 
Jason Wright from Oddball Magazine sits down with acclaimed author, poet, and host of Dire Literary Series, Timothy Gager to discuss Bukowski's Birthday, The Brady Bunch and the Oddest of Balls. A great end to a great season.Oddball Magazine and Tim Gager による
 
Jason Wright sits down with the acclaimed author of the Harm Reduction Guide to Coming Off Psychiatric Drugs, speaker, and Mental Health Abolitionist Will Hall. An enlightening conversation for anyone who has ever thought of a life without medications.Oddball Magazine's Jason Wright, Will Hall による
 
How a Victorian and a Harlem Renaissance poet struggled with poverty and the publishing world—while facing racism and classism—to become widely read and legends to us. Featuring interviews with experts Dr. Gene Jarrett, Dr. Tara Betts, Dr. Elizabeth McHenry, Dr. Joe Trotter, and Dr. R. Baxter Miller.…
 
Jason Wright of Oddball Magazine sits down with Elaine Hall of The Miracle Project to discuss her and her autistic son Neal's journey and the impact of sharing your story with the world. As her son said before speaking at the United Nations: "We are Emissaries," and they certainly are in the most impactful way. Make sure to get a copy of Elaine Hal…
 
Jason sits down with designer Fadayz of Fadayz Designz and member of the legendary Boston movement known as Lost Unknown. We talk about his new venture the Self Expression Project, street dance, discipline in the dojo, holding on to a dream, and absolutely Never Wavering on who you are and your goals. A motivating, inspiring, and smooth ass intervi…
 
An intimate look into the mind of one of the most respected emcees on the hip-hop planet. Jason Wright of Oddball Magazine is reunited with past co-host of the Oddball Show, Chris Everson, to have a very candid, thought-provoking, and entertaining conversation with Sean Daley, better known as Slug from the hip hop duo Atmosphere.…
 
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