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Friends and writers, Tracy Burgess (36) and Geneah Berrian (34) recall the origins of their friendship and share how writing has impacted their respective healing journeys.
Ms. Lewis shared her thoughts about living a healthy life, sharing our emotions about death, and living with her children.
Teresita Fernández (45) and Matthew Zepruder (45) talk about their respective mediums of practiced art, and their recent work together where Fernández created a visual piece, "Keyhole (Landscape)," in response to Zepruder's poem, "Poem for a Coin."
Adaeze talked about the ripple effect of shining your light so that others can find and shine their own, how knowing where you came from is vital in order to understand who you are and how she helps young girls...
Joy Horowitz: 2020-08-13 21:48:21 Kevin Ward (67) talks with his Harvard Class of 1975 classmate Joy Horowitz (67) about how he re-memorized poetry to heal from a traumatic brain injury after a bicycle accident. And he sets the record straight...
Alta Schwartz (54) interviews her friend Jihan Hasan (48) about her journey coming to the United States and her life here.
Gloria Skurzynski (92) speaks with her daughter Jan Skurzynski (68) about her childhood, children, and career.
Spouses Wanja Ngugi (35) and Steve Rutledge (49) sit down together to tell their love story and express their deep appreciation for one another.
John Kaniecki's interview expands on his books, "More Than The Madness" and "Murmurings of a Mad Man". Known as the "Poet to the Poor" (book title), John also highlights his commitment to social justice, a better environment and a more...
Linda speaks on learning about herself as a Lesbian, relationships, how she was treated by different people in her life, and writing.
Two teachers, Colette Love Hilliard and Christopher Pearson, interview Alejandra Romer about what it means to her to become one of the first youth poet ambassadors of St. Louis, MO.
Jennifer Joseph (59) and her spouse Jon Longhi (57) talk about their early memories of meeting, their shared love of poetry and writing, their concerns for the state of the world, and their involvement with their community in San Francisco.
Siblings Jamee McAdoo (19) and Norel McAdoo (21) share a conversation about their family, the COVID-19 pandemic, poetry, music, and their hopes and goals for the future.
Heather "HK" Hummel (44) shares a conversation with her friend and colleague, Sanderia Faye [no age given], about the research and creative process that goes into their writing.
In this interview, conducted in November 2016 in St. Louis, Missouri, Christopher Pearson (35) interviews his friend and colleague Colette Love Hilliard (33) about how she discovered a deep passion for writing blackout poetry while recovering from surgery for her...
"My dad was a carpenter, my mother's name is Mary and I have no illusions that I'm Jesus Christ," says Paulist Father Frank Desiderio in this interview with Jennifer Szweda Jordan conducted for The Paulist Fathers in Lake George, New...
Alan Brooks recalls his interactions with his uncle, poet Allen Ginsberg and gives a glimpse into Ginsberg's private side. Brooks also discusses his encounters with other members of the Beat Generation.
Betty Cortus talks about her PhD defense, favorite poets and reads her poem "Words" as well as discusses old poetry's connection to new poetry, performance rap, changes in society and technology.
James Bignall (56) talks with Chris Pruett (61) about Chris's experience being homeless. Christ relates how he navigates being homeless and ideas for how to help the homeless.