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JUMPING AT SHADOWS

From melodically challenged | Part of the melodically challenged Podcasts for Radio Fall 2022 series | 01:00:06

“Poetry begins where language starts: in the shadows and accidents of one person's life.”— Eavan Boland
Welcome to another edition of melodically challenged when this week we are jumping at shadows and lifting the veils between worlds.

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“Poetry begins where language starts: in the shadows and accidents of one person's life.”— Eavan Boland

Welcome to another edition of melodically challenged when this week we are jumping at shadows and lifting the veils between worlds. 

You’ll hear poems by Paul Guest, Matthew Olzmann, and many others. You’ll also hear music by Kai Engel, Blue Dot Sessions and more. This week, we’ve got ghosts, graves, myths, and memories on melodically challenged, where yesterday’s poetry comes alive and today’s poetry rocks!


Hunting the Moon

From melodically challenged | Part of the melodically challenged Podcasts for Radio Winter 2022-2023 series | 01:00:06

This week on melodically challenged, we look to the heavens. We’ll be celebrating several successful NASA missions in 2022 that have extended humanity’s reach to the stars.

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This week on melodically challenged, we look to the heavens. We’ll be celebrating several successful NASA missions in 2022 that have extended humanity’s reach to the stars. Some of our poets this week include Tim Seibles, Sarah Wetzel, Sean Nevin, and Rodger LeGrand.  You’ll also hear music by Kai Engel,  Blue Dot Sessions, Alex Battles & the Engelberts, and many more.

Whether we’re going back to visit old celestial friends, or exploring new stars and galaxies for the first time, our poets will be right there with us, looking at humanity’s inner space through the telescopic lens of outer space, here on melodically challenged—where yesterday’s poetry comes alive and today’s poetry rocks!