Filmmaker Iva Radivojevic joins Hive host Farnaz Fatemi in this episode of Poetry in the World, to talk about how poems—their visions, the process of making them, the poets who write them—are integral to her art.
This episode is a meal full of poems, prompts, artistic vision. Sink your teeth in!
For The Hive Poetry Collective, Julie Murphy interviewed Kerrin McCadden about her chapbook Keep This to Yourself, winner of the 2020 Button Poetry Prize. Don’t miss this soulful conversation about family, addiction, and loss.
We have enetered a turbulent time in Santa Cruz. A virus called COVID-19 has caused a global pandemic and, in response, KSQD is following official health policy and asking show hosts to limit studio visits as much as possible. So, rather than a live show from the studio, The Poetry Show for March 15 was a recorded Poetry Santa Cruz reading from October of last year, featuring Lola Haskins and David Sullivan.
Although the recording had not previously been broadcast on KSQD, it was posted here as a podcast. The KSQD version was edited slightly to fit into the hour alotted, so we won’t post that recording here. Instead, here’s a link to the original October 2019 post.
Lisa Allen Ortiz travels to La Honda to talk to David LeCount about his 45 year haiku habit, living with nature, and how he met his teacher, James Hackett. Here is LeCount’s haiku which won Japanese Haiku Society’s Grand Prize in 1989:
captured firefly– a child’s fingers hatch the moon
This episode of The Hive Poetry Collective was broadcast on KSQD Santa Cruz.