Readers in search of a new podcast exploring the practice and craft of poetry may enjoy No Good Poetry, a "podcast that explores the good, the bad, and the ugly of poetry." With just over one hundred episodes (as of this write up), the podcast has been running since March 2017. The hosts, both named Joseph, are often joined by professional poet guests to discuss particular themes and their own work. Episode 93, for example, features an interview with poet Hank Lazer on his docupoetry and shape writing, as well as the connection between performance and the "music in poetry." Other recent topics covered on the podcast include Creole music and poetry and the role of poetics in dating. While not the most polished of podcasts, No Good Poetry features a wealth of writing information and reflects the passion of the creative writing community. Potential listeners should be aware that the podcast is geared toward adults and contains some explicit content. Episodes are generally around an hour long (although they range from approximately half an hour to 120 minutes) and can be streamed via platforms such as Apple Podcasts, Player FM, PodBean, and at the link above.
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