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Jane Crown's poetry radio invites poets and small press publishers to interview on their craft.

Latest Episodes

Ray Succre

The Author of the collection of poems "Other Cruel Things" by Differentia Press

59 MIN2011 JAN 10
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Ray Succre

D.Garcia Wahl

Author of the collection of poems;Becoming released through Whistling Shade Press

59 MIN2011 JAN 3
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D.Garcia Wahl

John Yamrus

since 1970 john has published upwards of 1,300 poems in hundreds of magazines around the world. in march, his 20th book, CAN'T STOP NOW! will be published. selections of john's work have been translated into several languages, including spanish, swedish, italian, french, japanese and romanian. john lives in pennsylvania with kathy, his wife of 35 years, and their dog abby. later next year a collection of john's dog poems from over the course of his career will be published. that book is tentatively titled "bark". to quote the late Todd Moore, in an essay he wrote on John's work, titled BLIND GENIUS AND WILD LUCK,"The poetry of John Yamrus demands more attention. There is real blood in this man’s work."

60 MIN2010 NOV 15
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John Yamrus

Walter E. Butts

Walter E. Butts, the 2009-2014 New Hampshire Poet Laureate, is the author of RadioTime (forthcoming from Cherry Grove), Sunday Evening at the Stardust Cafe`, whichwas chosen as a finalist for the Philip Levine Prize in Poetry and selected winner of the2006 Iowa Source Poetry Book Prize, and several chapbooks, including What to Say ifthe Birds Ask (Pudding House, 2007) and Sunday Factory (Finishing Line Press, 2006).The recipient of two Pushcart Prize nominations and a Massachusetts Artists FoundationAward, his poems have appeared recently in Café Review, Cider Press Review, The FourthRiver, Poetry East and Saranac Review, and the anthology The 2010 Poets’ Guide toNew Hampshire. He teaches in the low-residency BFA in Creative Writing Program atGoddard College.

61 MIN2010 NOV 11
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Walter E. Butts

Scott Owens reads form "The Nature of Attraction"

Scott Owens reads from the book he has co-authored with Pris Campbell.Jane sits in to read 'hers' of the his n' hers parcel of the collection.

59 MIN2010 OCT 27
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Scott Owens reads form "The Nature of Attraction"

Jim Rioux

Press Bio: I received my MFA from Georgia State University, where I received the Gerard Manley Hopkins Award. My poetry has appeared widely in magazines including Five Points, Prairie schooner, The North American Review, The Cortland Review, Agenda, and Ars Interpres. In 2009, my work was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. I teach writing at the University of New Hampshire and live with my wife and dog in Exeter, NH."Blackberries"It may in the end come to this: memory the tongue will not abandon to fact, the dark fruit bobbing in sugared cream. . . We made our shirts into baskets, dawn hung dew-luminous on branches, cricket-thick glade abuzz with rising heat, our young hands among thorns. It is enough, perhaps, to have lived this, to have known the summer air stung ripe, to hold up against all that is leaving us these berry-stained t-shirts, fingers purpled sticky-sweet, the warm cream dribbling our chins, and this mouth still bruised with what it can’t say.— James Rioux

61 MIN2010 OCT 25
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Jim Rioux

Mimi White

Mimi White has been teaching creative writing for twenty-five yearsand was Co-Director of PicturePoets of AIR, a non-profit organizationthat provides enriching arts and cultural experiences to teenagegirls. She has been a finalist and a recipient of a NH StateFellowship in Poetry. Her chapbook "The Singed Horizon" was selectedby Robert Creeley as the recipient of the 2000 Philbrick PoetryAward. Poet Laureate of Portsmouth, New Hampshire 2005-2007, she iscurrently working to reduce the effects of global warming as a memberof Rye, New Hampshire¹s Energy Committee.

61 MIN2010 OCT 18
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Mimi White

S Stephanie.

S Stephanie lives in Manchester, NH where she teaches English and Creative Writing. She also works as a nurse. Her work has appeared in magazines such as The Birmingham Poetry Review, The Café Review, The Larcom Review, Third Coast, The Southern Review and The Sun. Her chapbook, Throat is available through Igneus Press. She published and co-edited the poetry magazine, Crying Sky: Poetry & Conversation 2005-2007. She has a second chapbook coming out with Pudding House in 2009. This poem came out of the frustration I sometimes feel when I watch the news. That feeling of ones hands being tied in the midst of so much negativity. It may have been my attempt at taking back my day. We do go on with the things we deem important, despite what is happening around us. At this time I was working with Alzheimer's patients. What the News Seemed to Say is also the title poem for my new chapbook. I put the chapbook together after realizing I was a bit of a "news junky" and had several pieces inspi...

61 MIN2010 OCT 5
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S Stephanie.

Jared Smith

Jared Smith is a prominent figure in contemporary poetry, technology research, professional continuing education. Having earned his BA cum laude and his MA in English and American Literature from New York University, he spent many years in industry and research. Starting in 1976, he rose to Vice President of The Energy Bureau, Inc. in New York; relocated to Illinois, where he became Associate Director of both Education and Research for an international not-for-profit research laboratory (IGT); advised several White House Commissions on technology and policy under the Clinton Administration; and left industry in 2001, after serving as Special Appointee to Argonne National Laboratory.

61 MIN2010 SEP 20
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Jared Smith

Jane Crown reads form her new book!

reading of A Love letter to Darwin

16 MIN2010 SEP 17
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Jane Crown reads form her new book!
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Latest Episodes

Ray Succre

The Author of the collection of poems "Other Cruel Things" by Differentia Press

59 MIN2011 JAN 10
Comments
Ray Succre

D.Garcia Wahl

Author of the collection of poems;Becoming released through Whistling Shade Press

59 MIN2011 JAN 3
Comments
D.Garcia Wahl

John Yamrus

since 1970 john has published upwards of 1,300 poems in hundreds of magazines around the world. in march, his 20th book, CAN'T STOP NOW! will be published. selections of john's work have been translated into several languages, including spanish, swedish, italian, french, japanese and romanian. john lives in pennsylvania with kathy, his wife of 35 years, and their dog abby. later next year a collection of john's dog poems from over the course of his career will be published. that book is tentatively titled "bark". to quote the late Todd Moore, in an essay he wrote on John's work, titled BLIND GENIUS AND WILD LUCK,"The poetry of John Yamrus demands more attention. There is real blood in this man’s work."

60 MIN2010 NOV 15
Comments
John Yamrus

Walter E. Butts

Walter E. Butts, the 2009-2014 New Hampshire Poet Laureate, is the author of RadioTime (forthcoming from Cherry Grove), Sunday Evening at the Stardust Cafe`, whichwas chosen as a finalist for the Philip Levine Prize in Poetry and selected winner of the2006 Iowa Source Poetry Book Prize, and several chapbooks, including What to Say ifthe Birds Ask (Pudding House, 2007) and Sunday Factory (Finishing Line Press, 2006).The recipient of two Pushcart Prize nominations and a Massachusetts Artists FoundationAward, his poems have appeared recently in Café Review, Cider Press Review, The FourthRiver, Poetry East and Saranac Review, and the anthology The 2010 Poets’ Guide toNew Hampshire. He teaches in the low-residency BFA in Creative Writing Program atGoddard College.

61 MIN2010 NOV 11
Comments
Walter E. Butts

Scott Owens reads form "The Nature of Attraction"

Scott Owens reads from the book he has co-authored with Pris Campbell.Jane sits in to read 'hers' of the his n' hers parcel of the collection.

59 MIN2010 OCT 27
Comments
Scott Owens reads form "The Nature of Attraction"

Jim Rioux

Press Bio: I received my MFA from Georgia State University, where I received the Gerard Manley Hopkins Award. My poetry has appeared widely in magazines including Five Points, Prairie schooner, The North American Review, The Cortland Review, Agenda, and Ars Interpres. In 2009, my work was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. I teach writing at the University of New Hampshire and live with my wife and dog in Exeter, NH."Blackberries"It may in the end come to this: memory the tongue will not abandon to fact, the dark fruit bobbing in sugared cream. . . We made our shirts into baskets, dawn hung dew-luminous on branches, cricket-thick glade abuzz with rising heat, our young hands among thorns. It is enough, perhaps, to have lived this, to have known the summer air stung ripe, to hold up against all that is leaving us these berry-stained t-shirts, fingers purpled sticky-sweet, the warm cream dribbling our chins, and this mouth still bruised with what it can’t say.— James Rioux

61 MIN2010 OCT 25
Comments
Jim Rioux

Mimi White

Mimi White has been teaching creative writing for twenty-five yearsand was Co-Director of PicturePoets of AIR, a non-profit organizationthat provides enriching arts and cultural experiences to teenagegirls. She has been a finalist and a recipient of a NH StateFellowship in Poetry. Her chapbook "The Singed Horizon" was selectedby Robert Creeley as the recipient of the 2000 Philbrick PoetryAward. Poet Laureate of Portsmouth, New Hampshire 2005-2007, she iscurrently working to reduce the effects of global warming as a memberof Rye, New Hampshire¹s Energy Committee.

61 MIN2010 OCT 18
Comments
Mimi White

S Stephanie.

S Stephanie lives in Manchester, NH where she teaches English and Creative Writing. She also works as a nurse. Her work has appeared in magazines such as The Birmingham Poetry Review, The Café Review, The Larcom Review, Third Coast, The Southern Review and The Sun. Her chapbook, Throat is available through Igneus Press. She published and co-edited the poetry magazine, Crying Sky: Poetry & Conversation 2005-2007. She has a second chapbook coming out with Pudding House in 2009. This poem came out of the frustration I sometimes feel when I watch the news. That feeling of ones hands being tied in the midst of so much negativity. It may have been my attempt at taking back my day. We do go on with the things we deem important, despite what is happening around us. At this time I was working with Alzheimer's patients. What the News Seemed to Say is also the title poem for my new chapbook. I put the chapbook together after realizing I was a bit of a "news junky" and had several pieces inspi...

61 MIN2010 OCT 5
Comments
S Stephanie.

Jared Smith

Jared Smith is a prominent figure in contemporary poetry, technology research, professional continuing education. Having earned his BA cum laude and his MA in English and American Literature from New York University, he spent many years in industry and research. Starting in 1976, he rose to Vice President of The Energy Bureau, Inc. in New York; relocated to Illinois, where he became Associate Director of both Education and Research for an international not-for-profit research laboratory (IGT); advised several White House Commissions on technology and policy under the Clinton Administration; and left industry in 2001, after serving as Special Appointee to Argonne National Laboratory.

61 MIN2010 SEP 20
Comments
Jared Smith

Jane Crown reads form her new book!

reading of A Love letter to Darwin

16 MIN2010 SEP 17
Comments
Jane Crown reads form her new book!
the END
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