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The Idiom Podcast #8 with Chris McIntyre Part 2

idiompodcastlogoWe have a new podcast up
which is actually a continuation from an old podcast A few months
back we interviewed Chris McIntyre And now
here is our continuation with Idiom Podcast #8
  Also check out The Idiom
Website
for updated information on our events and book
release Party for Tollbooth

Idiom Podcast #7 with Ron Kolm Part 2

Ron Kolm's chapbook Divine Comedy

Ron Kolm’s chapbook Divine Comedy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ron Kolm Podcast #2 Divine Comedy

We have Ron Kolm back again…well not back again but the second half of our first interview with him. 

We are releasing this now because he is coming out with a chapbook entitled Divine Comedy which is the three part poem we talk about in this interview.

the book launch will be at Gathering of the Tribes (Fly By Night Press is a tribes imprint):  285 E. 3rd Street New York, on Saturday, May 18th, at seven in the evening.

Thad Rutkowski, Chavisa Woods, Carl Watson, Bonny Finberg, George Spencer, Tsaurah Litzky, Rob Hardin and Steve Dalachinsky will be reading poems from the book. As always, Jim Feast will be the MC.  There will be copies of the book for sale; it should also be in St. Mark’s Books by then — eventually autonomedia will put it up on amazon —

The Idiom Podcast #6 with Bud Smith about The Literary Underground

The Idiom Podcast #6 with Bud Smith and The Literary Underground

It’s April National Poetry Month and this month’s podcast focuses on The Literary Underground that provides a place for poets to go and read others work, hear podcasts about writing, and find online and print zines to submit their work.

In this podcast we talk to Bud Smith who runs the podcast The Unknown Show off of the site on Tuesday nights.  Check out the site and everything that it has to give…

Haiku Death Match in Jersey City!

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Andrew “Ink” Feindt won the Haiku Death Match in Jersey City!

Check out his site here at http://www.inksblot.com/ and our site where you can pick up 5, 7, then 5 a book of Haiku with Ink and more

But it was an intense night with great poets….met some great people, hopefully if they see this post they can add their contact info. in the comments section and all that

Don’t forget to check out www.theidiommag.com to see more of Ink’s work from The Idiom Magazine and even hear the podcast we did with Ink a few months back!

 

Idiom Podcast #4 with Chris McIntyre

Erin Baird, Mark Brunetti, Keith Baird, and Chris Mcintyre gather around for his podcast...

Erin Baird, Mark Brunetti, Keith Baird, and Chris Mcintyre gather around for his podcast…

We interviewed Chris Mcintyre for the fourth Idiom Podcast.

We kind of themed it nostalgia as a lot of the poems seem to look back on the past. The creation of Walking English is discussed, Chris’s use of parodying other writers he admires in his writing, his connection of rhythm in his poems to his musical background, and historical connections to the present.

 

The Idiom Podcast #2 with Ron Kolm

The Idiom Podcast #2 with Ron Kolm

Our second podcast we traveled to the lower East side of New York with our new microphone to talk with Ron Kolm about some of his poems. This is part 1 where we discuss the two pieces below and then we also talked about a longer piece title “The Divine Comedy” which we will give to you in a few months. Ron Kolm is part of a group of poets called The Unbearables who have done some pretty cool things for the underground writing scene. Check out his bio and The Unbearables (unbearables.com) sites for more information about them.

Also check out The Idiom Homepage to see some upcoming events!