Prose from Poetry MagazineBy The Editors
This episode’s guest Kara Jackson is a poet, and she’s got the honorary prefix to prove it. She talks with Danez and Franny about being Chicago’s third Youth Poet Laureate, family nicknames in the South, introversion, and JONI MITCHELL. OH YES, JONI MITCHELL!
From PoetryNowDecember 2018
Ruben Quesada remembers a friend who died under mysterious circumstances and meditates on his own friends, loved ones, and mortality. Produced by Katie Klocksin.
From The Poetry Magazine PodcastDecember 2018
The editors discuss Luther Hughes’s poem “Tenor” from the December 2018 issue of Poetry.
From PoetryNowNovember 2018
Mark Tardi begins a poem with a line from the journal of the artist Francesca Woodman, a photographer known for her haunting self-portraits. Produced by Katie Klocksin.
From The Poetry Magazine PodcastNovember 2018
The editors discuss Faylita Hicks’s poem “Featuring Tonight at the Street Hustler’s Circus: The Girls” from the November 2018 issue of Poetry.