PennSound Podcasts

PennSound Podcasts

by PennSound

June 15, 2018 12:00 am

PennSound Podcasts are hosted by PennSound’s co-director, Al
Filreis. PennSound was created in 2003 in order to produce new audio
recordings and to preserving existing audio archives of poets reading their
own work and discussing poetry and poetics. PennSound makes these available to
everyone through free downloadable sound files. PennSound is a project of
the Center for Programs in Contemporary Writing at the University of
Pennsylvania Poet Jerome Rothenberg reads “A Paradise of Poets,”
“The Lorca Variations,” and John Cage’s “Lecture on
Nothing,” and his own “Esther K. Comes to America.

Episodes

Episode 01 - Jerome Rothenberg 13 years ago 16m
Episode 02 - Jena Osman 13 years ago 17m
Episode 03 - Tom Devaney's featured poems 13 years ago 23m
Episode 04 - Flarf Poetry Festival 13 years ago 18m
Episode 05 - Steve Evans on recorded poetry 12 years ago 19m
Episode 06 - PennSound pedagogy 12 years ago 16m
Episode 07 - Donald Hall 12 years ago 11m
Episode 08 - two very different Cageans 12 years ago 18m
Episode 09 - Creeley conversation 12 years ago 28m
Episode 10 - Poundian sound editor 11 years ago 16m
Episode 11 - Adrienne Rich 11 years ago 24m
Episode 12 - return to the Tapeworm Foundry 11 years ago 32m
Episode 13 - Jennifer Scappettone 11 years ago 42m
Episode 14 - Tony Green 10 years ago 38m
Episode 15 - Dan Saxon on Lower East Side '60s poetry 10 years ago 17m
Episode 16 - George Oppen at 100 10 years ago 23m
Episode 17 - celebrating Gil Ott 10 years ago 25m
Episode 18 - Ashbery explicates 10 years ago 19m
Episode 19 - Thanksgiving 10 years ago 5m
Episode 20 - Charles Alexander and letterpress publishing 9 years ago 28m
Episode 21 - Joanne Kyger, Robert Creeley, and Greg Hewlett in coversation 7 years ago 18m
Episode 22 - P. Inman and Dan Farrell, PhillyTalks 7 years ago 22m
Episode 23 - Charles Bernstein, Susan Howe, and Bruce Andrews in 1979 7 years ago 17m
Episode 24 - Jerome Rothenberg on the book 7 years ago 71m
Episode 25 - Celebrating the 40th anniversary of Burning Deck Press 7 years ago 23m
Episode 26 - Sherwood and Glazier on digital poetics in 1995 7 years ago 10m
Episode 27 - 8 introductions to Robert Creeley 7 years ago 14m
Episode 28 - A Belladonna* anthology 7 years ago 18m
Episode 29 - Hart Crane Celebration 7 years ago 21m
Episode 30 - Anselm Hollo, in memoriam 7 years ago 17m
Episode 31 - John Tranter in Philadelphia 7 years ago 49m
Episode 32 - An Alcheringa sound anthology 7 years ago 21m
Episode 33 - PennSound celebrates its 10th 6 years ago 12m
Episode 34 - Introduction to Oulipo 6 years ago 16m
Episode 35 - Four Introductions to John Ashbery 6 years ago 12m
Episode 37 - On Poetry and Architecture 6 years ago 18m
Episode 38 - Robert Duncan on Walt Whitman 6 years ago 17m
Episode 39 - Ann Lauterbach 6 years ago 10m
Episode 40 - Poet/bookseller David Abel in conversation 6 years ago 84m
Episode 41 - Erin Moure at 'Hot Texts' in 2012 5 years ago 23m
Episode 43 - I'll Drown My Book 5 years ago 20m
Episode 45 - Alan Golding, Orchid Tierney, Bob Perelman, and Ron Silliman 5 years ago 58m
Episode 46 - The modern long poem with Eric Weinstein 5 years ago 37m
Episode 47 - Ariel Resnikoff interviews Yosuke Tanaka 5 years ago 26m
Episode 48 - Brian Teare interviews Rachel Zolf 5 years ago 60m
Episode 49 - Al Filreis interviews William J. Harris 4 years ago 82m
Episode 50 - Gabriel Ojeda Sague interviews Emji Spero 4 years ago 54m
Episode 51 - Brian Teare interviews Brent Armendinger 4 years ago 54m
Episode 52 - Jerome Rothenberg and Ariel Resnikoff 4 years ago 67m
Episode 53 - Jaime Shearn Coan interviews Brian Teare 4 years ago 64m
Episode 55 - CAConrad reading and conversation with Julia Bloch 4 years ago 61m
Episode 56 - Christy Davids interviews erica lewis 3 years ago 58m
Episode 54 - Mike Hennessey's top 5 PennSound picks 3 years ago 57m
Episode 57 - Christy Davids interviews Trish Salah 3 years ago 25m
Episode 58 - Davy Knittle interviews Rachel Levitsky 2 years ago 53m
Episode 59 - Christie Davids interviews Sue Landers 1 year ago 60m