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vox poetica is an online literary salon dedicated to bringing poetry into the everyday. Features daily poetry, long-form poetry, and contributor series across genres and themes. Poetry: read it, write it, share it!

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Annmarie Lockhart interviews Ryan J. Torres about his poetry, published and new, and about his process. He will read two poems and talk about his books and where you can get them.

Elizabeth Stelling has been a poetry presence in New Jersey for more than a decade. With a history of producing live events and publishing print collections, both single-author and anthologies, she has also found a way to develop... more

Listen in as vox poetica's Annmarie Lockhart talks to Anthony Roberts about his upcoming new book, Pigtown, set to publish in February 2018 from Red Dashboard Publications. Anthony wears many hats as soldier, professor, writer,... more

Listen to Cassie Premo Steele talk about her new book, Tongues in Trees. The book is a compilation of poems written from 1994 through 2017. Cassie talks about this book and its exploration of the strength of the feminine voice,... more

Author Cliff Brooks makes a return appearance to talk about his new books, Athena Departs and Exiles of Eden, his many other endeavors, and the aesthetic of contemporary poetry of the American South.

vox poetica's 15 Minutes of Poetry returns to the air with a new episode! Featuring Emma Eden Ramos and the Marymount Manhattan Review, this episode will include original poems and a discussion of craft, particularly as it relates to the... more

Author Emma Eden Ramos is today's guest. She'll talk about her new book, Still at Your Door: A Fictional Memoir, and the use of poetic language in fiction.

Listen to Brittany Wilis and Tynan talk about 28 to Create, a daily prompt-based challenge that takes place for the month of February. Its purpose is to enliven artists who might need an extra creative push or who just want to have fun, and... more

Listen to Dale Leffler talk about writing poetry, reading poetry, and where to find inspiration on today's episode. He'll tell us about the benefits of writers' retreats, creativity exercises, and sharing one's writing in a workshop setting.

Today we'll talk to Frieda Landau about how writing styles fit our stories. She will read work from her book as well as some new writing, and she'll tell us about where she gets her inspiration, her process, and the unexpected things we... more
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