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Creativity, community, & pursuing a career in arts.Through conversations, audio essays, & wild digressions, host Derek Berry explores what it means to develop artistic habits, succeed in creative business, & live a creative life.

Latest Episodes

How To Revise Fiction

In this episode, Derek explores revising fiction: approaches, techniques, & common mistakes. Revision is the most important part of writing, so make sure to invest time into learning how to do it well! For Dorothy Allison's craft talk on dialogue, visit https://tinhouse.com/podcast/tin-house-live-craft-talk-on-dialogue-with-dorothy-allison/

42 MIN6 d ago
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How To Revise Fiction

How To Revise A Poem

In this episode, Derek discusses how to revise a poem. They share methods and approaches to revision, as well as explore why revision is more than just line editing. For May's revision prompts, subscribe to our Patreon at Patreon.com/contributeyourverse To find Marcus Amaker's music and new book, visit marcusamaker.com

22 MIN1 w ago
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How To Revise A Poem

The Art of Ekphrastic w/ Ray McManus

In this episode, we sit down with Ray McManus, poet, teacher, & writer-in-residence at the Columbia Museum of Art. Ray is the author of three books of poetry, most recently "Punch" (Hub City Press, 2014). We discuss approaches to ekphrastic poetry & his series at the Columbia Museum of Art Write Around, in which poets are asked to respond to the artwork in galleries and read those pieces aloud. We also discussed the challenges and joys of literary programming, as well as the evolution of the literary community in South Carolina. We also talked book publishing and Ray's future projects. To learn more, visit https://www.raymcmanuspoetry.com/

109 MINMAY 1
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The Art of Ekphrastic w/ Ray McManus

Craft Boot Camp - Shabby Ecstatic

A peek at Patreon-exclusive content! We explore the ecstatic tradition & how we might bring its transcendent notions into contemporary poetics. This episode includes poems, prompts, & more! For further reading: Suggested Reading “Ode to Shea Butter” by Angel Nafis “Owed to the Durag” by Joshua Bennett “Wild Geese,” by Mary Oliver “Antilamitation” by Dorianne Laux “Ode to the Hymen,” Sharon Olds “How Can Black People White About Flowers at a Time Like This,” Hanif Abdurraqib “Catalogue of Unabashed Gratitude,” Ross Gay “Hammond B3 Organ Cistern,” Gabrielle Calvocoressi “The Raincoat,” Ada Limon “My Father at 49, Working the Night Shift at B&R Diesel,” Edgar Kunz “Psalm 150,” Jericho Brown “The Author’s Prayer,” Ilya Kaminsky “The Moment I Saw a Pelican Devour,” Paige Lewis

19 MINAPR 20
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Craft Boot Camp - Shabby Ecstatic

The Myth Of The Tortured Artist w/ Matthew Foley

Derek Berry sits down with life coach, writer, & former CYV co-host Matthew Foley to talk about "The Myth of the Tortured Artist." Where does the idea that artists should be miserable come from & how do we revise that narrative? You can learn more about Matthew's podcast A Path to Call Your Own on the Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/apathtocallyourown & you can support his Patreon at Patreon.com/apathtocallyourown To find Contribute Your Verse on Patreon, visit Patreon.com/contributeyourverse Thank you for listening!

132 MINAPR 13
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The Myth Of The Tortured Artist w/ Matthew Foley

No, You Don't Have To Write An Entire Book During A Pandemic

No, you don't have to be peak productive during a pandemic. In this episode, Derek talks about mental health & their own struggles with the American work ethic. Why tying your self-worth to art you create is a recipe for disaster.

29 MINAPR 9
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No, You Don't Have To Write An Entire Book During A Pandemic

Patreon, Poetry Month Challenge, & Other Announcements

We are live on Patreon (Patreon.com/contributeyourverse) with 2 monthly bonus episodes: Craft Bootcamp-- a deep dive into poetic concepts Our Verses-- readings from our hosts & guests We're also launching a 30/30 Poetry Writing Challenge for National Poetry Month in April. To share poems, join our online community at Contribute Your Verse: Online Community--https://www.facebook.com/groups/1595884527193049

4 MINMAR 31
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Patreon, Poetry Month Challenge, & Other Announcements

2.8- Three Practices To Deepen Creativty Durign Social Distancing

Derek discusses methods we might use to deepen our creativity, engage with creative community & continue to pursue our artistic careers even as the world crumbles around us. Trigger Warning: Some discussion of sickness & death.

26 MINMAR 23
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2.8- Three Practices To Deepen Creativty Durign Social Distancing

2.7 - 3 Acting Techniques To Help Deepen Character

Derek talks about characterization in fiction writing & how 3 acting methods can help you deepen your characters. With conversations about Emotional Recall, dialogue, simultaneous actions, deep writing analysis, & more.

36 MINMAR 9
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2.7 - 3 Acting Techniques To Help Deepen Character

2.6 - Get Personal!

In this episode, we ask what it means to make creative work that delves into the personal. How can being personal in our creative efforts deepen it and do we keep ourselves safe when discussing possibly traumatic topics?

26 MINFEB 25
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2.6 - Get Personal!

Latest Episodes

How To Revise Fiction

In this episode, Derek explores revising fiction: approaches, techniques, & common mistakes. Revision is the most important part of writing, so make sure to invest time into learning how to do it well! For Dorothy Allison's craft talk on dialogue, visit https://tinhouse.com/podcast/tin-house-live-craft-talk-on-dialogue-with-dorothy-allison/

42 MIN6 d ago
Comments
How To Revise Fiction

How To Revise A Poem

In this episode, Derek discusses how to revise a poem. They share methods and approaches to revision, as well as explore why revision is more than just line editing. For May's revision prompts, subscribe to our Patreon at Patreon.com/contributeyourverse To find Marcus Amaker's music and new book, visit marcusamaker.com

22 MIN1 w ago
Comments
How To Revise A Poem

The Art of Ekphrastic w/ Ray McManus

In this episode, we sit down with Ray McManus, poet, teacher, & writer-in-residence at the Columbia Museum of Art. Ray is the author of three books of poetry, most recently "Punch" (Hub City Press, 2014). We discuss approaches to ekphrastic poetry & his series at the Columbia Museum of Art Write Around, in which poets are asked to respond to the artwork in galleries and read those pieces aloud. We also discussed the challenges and joys of literary programming, as well as the evolution of the literary community in South Carolina. We also talked book publishing and Ray's future projects. To learn more, visit https://www.raymcmanuspoetry.com/

109 MINMAY 1
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The Art of Ekphrastic w/ Ray McManus

Craft Boot Camp - Shabby Ecstatic

A peek at Patreon-exclusive content! We explore the ecstatic tradition & how we might bring its transcendent notions into contemporary poetics. This episode includes poems, prompts, & more! For further reading: Suggested Reading “Ode to Shea Butter” by Angel Nafis “Owed to the Durag” by Joshua Bennett “Wild Geese,” by Mary Oliver “Antilamitation” by Dorianne Laux “Ode to the Hymen,” Sharon Olds “How Can Black People White About Flowers at a Time Like This,” Hanif Abdurraqib “Catalogue of Unabashed Gratitude,” Ross Gay “Hammond B3 Organ Cistern,” Gabrielle Calvocoressi “The Raincoat,” Ada Limon “My Father at 49, Working the Night Shift at B&R Diesel,” Edgar Kunz “Psalm 150,” Jericho Brown “The Author’s Prayer,” Ilya Kaminsky “The Moment I Saw a Pelican Devour,” Paige Lewis

19 MINAPR 20
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Craft Boot Camp - Shabby Ecstatic

The Myth Of The Tortured Artist w/ Matthew Foley

Derek Berry sits down with life coach, writer, & former CYV co-host Matthew Foley to talk about "The Myth of the Tortured Artist." Where does the idea that artists should be miserable come from & how do we revise that narrative? You can learn more about Matthew's podcast A Path to Call Your Own on the Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/apathtocallyourown & you can support his Patreon at Patreon.com/apathtocallyourown To find Contribute Your Verse on Patreon, visit Patreon.com/contributeyourverse Thank you for listening!

132 MINAPR 13
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The Myth Of The Tortured Artist w/ Matthew Foley

No, You Don't Have To Write An Entire Book During A Pandemic

No, you don't have to be peak productive during a pandemic. In this episode, Derek talks about mental health & their own struggles with the American work ethic. Why tying your self-worth to art you create is a recipe for disaster.

29 MINAPR 9
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No, You Don't Have To Write An Entire Book During A Pandemic

Patreon, Poetry Month Challenge, & Other Announcements

We are live on Patreon (Patreon.com/contributeyourverse) with 2 monthly bonus episodes: Craft Bootcamp-- a deep dive into poetic concepts Our Verses-- readings from our hosts & guests We're also launching a 30/30 Poetry Writing Challenge for National Poetry Month in April. To share poems, join our online community at Contribute Your Verse: Online Community--https://www.facebook.com/groups/1595884527193049

4 MINMAR 31
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Patreon, Poetry Month Challenge, & Other Announcements

2.8- Three Practices To Deepen Creativty Durign Social Distancing

Derek discusses methods we might use to deepen our creativity, engage with creative community & continue to pursue our artistic careers even as the world crumbles around us. Trigger Warning: Some discussion of sickness & death.

26 MINMAR 23
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2.8- Three Practices To Deepen Creativty Durign Social Distancing

2.7 - 3 Acting Techniques To Help Deepen Character

Derek talks about characterization in fiction writing & how 3 acting methods can help you deepen your characters. With conversations about Emotional Recall, dialogue, simultaneous actions, deep writing analysis, & more.

36 MINMAR 9
Comments
2.7 - 3 Acting Techniques To Help Deepen Character

2.6 - Get Personal!

In this episode, we ask what it means to make creative work that delves into the personal. How can being personal in our creative efforts deepen it and do we keep ourselves safe when discussing possibly traumatic topics?

26 MINFEB 25
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2.6 - Get Personal!

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