9. Poetry in Translation with Brittany Hause

Hello Looking Glass Travellers, and welcome to the April 2022 episode. While these notes didn't go out until May 4th, the podcast episode did get there in the nick of time, just before the month ended. Despite a barrage of rampaging puppies, I had a lovely chat with Brittany Hause, a fellow member of the … Continue reading 9. Poetry in Translation with Brittany Hause

7. Poetry Within the Space of a Single Breath: Scifaiku and Other Micropoetry with Wendy Van Camp

Hello Looking Glass Travellers, and welcome to the the February 2022 episode. This month, I had a lovely chat with Wendy Van Camp, a fellow member of the SFPA, a poet, author, and incredibly warm and uplifting woman. listen to Wendy's interview Wendy Van Camp is a poet, author, and artist.  A graduate of the … Continue reading 7. Poetry Within the Space of a Single Breath: Scifaiku and Other Micropoetry with Wendy Van Camp

6. A Lifetime of Poetry and Creativity with LindaAnn LoSchiavo

Hello Looking Glass Travellers, and welcome to the December. For this month's episode, I got to chat with LindaAnn LoSchiavo, a fellow member of the SFPA and a poet, author, playwright, and ghost whisperer who has been writing poetry since early childhood. listen to LindaAnn's interview LindaAnn LoSchiavo is a poet, freelance journalist, and dramatist … Continue reading 6. A Lifetime of Poetry and Creativity with LindaAnn LoSchiavo

5. Brandon O’Brien, Performance poet and author of Can You Sign My Tentacle

Hello Looking Glass Travellers, and welcome to the month of November. For this episode, I got to chat with Brandon O'Brien, performance poet, game designer, former poetry editor of Fiyah Magazine, and author of Can You Sign My Tentacle, a poetry collection that combines the horrors of Lovecraftian myth with hip-hop to explore monsters both … Continue reading 5. Brandon O’Brien, Performance poet and author of Can You Sign My Tentacle

This is not the beowulf you thought it was

I have this unending list of books I want to get to some day. Ones recommended to me by friends, ones with a cover so intriguing I just can't say no to them... But my reading time and bandwidth are limited. If I read everything I wanted to read, I would get nothing else done … Continue reading This is not the beowulf you thought it was

3. Finding Yourself Through Poetry with May Chong

Hello Looking Glass Travellers, and welcome to the month of September. For this month's episode, I got to chat with the lovely May Chong, a fellow Dream Foundry member, and a poet and writer whose work is not consumed but breathed in. Listen to May's interview May Chong is a Malaysian poet and speculative writer … Continue reading 3. Finding Yourself Through Poetry with May Chong

2. Exploring and Reimagining Archetypal Stories Through Poetry with Koji A. Dae

For episode two, I got to sit down with a talented poet, writer, and podcaster. She's also a friend I hold very dear, and I very much enjoyed the opportunity to talk to her about her poetry in a way we never get around to in a more informal setting. I hope you enjoy the … Continue reading 2. Exploring and Reimagining Archetypal Stories Through Poetry with Koji A. Dae

1. The Importance of Community in Fostering and Nurturing your Poetry with Cislyn Smith

In this episode, I got to chat with the lovely Cislyn Smith, writer, poet, and community builder. Of course, community is not the only thing we talked about. Sappho, bubble tea, and hats were among the topics that came up. Listen to Cislyn's interview Cislyn Smith is a speculative fiction writer and editor who likes … Continue reading 1. The Importance of Community in Fostering and Nurturing your Poetry with Cislyn Smith