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CXMH: On Faith & Mental Health
Bonus! "Walk a Little Slower" by Tanner Olson

CXMH: On Faith & Mental Health

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 2:46


To celebrate Tanner Olson's new book Walk A Little Slower: A Collection of Poems and Other Words, we're sharing this recording of ‘Walk A Little Slower' that Tanner recorded specifically for CXMH.

The Nutrition Translator Podcast
116 - How to Microdose Psilocybin Mushrooms | Secret Mushroom Man, "Anthony"

The Nutrition Translator Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 45:28


In this rebroadcast, I have "Anthony" on to talk about all things mushrooms and plant medicine. Anthony is an alias name, because a lot of what we talk about on the podcast is not yet legalized and he wants to maintain his privacy. Anthony grows in his home a magical array of DMT, Chacruna leaves, Ayahuasca, San Pedro, Salvia, Kratom, Marijuana plants and Psilocybin Mushroom Truffles and much more. He took me on a tour and I was in absolute awe & in plant medicine heaven! Topics Discussed: How to grow psilocybin truffles, Microdosing psilocybin, DMT and Ayahuasca, Benefits of microdosing and macrodosing, His encounter with Dennis McKenna, More on Kratom. Resources: Microdosing psilocybin: https://thethirdwave.co/microdosing/mushrooms/ How to grow your own psilocybin truffles: https://www.shroomery.org/forums/showflat.php/Number/17910649 (the substrate Anthony uses is corn)

Poem-a-Day
Yolanda Wisher: "no more grandma poems"

Poem-a-Day

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 3:28


Recorded by Yolanda Wisher for Poem-a-Day, a series produced by the Academy of American Poets. Published on November 29, 2021. www.poets.org

For the Life of the World / Yale Center for Faith & Culture
Christian Wiman / Finding Home Through Exiles' Eyes

For the Life of the World / Yale Center for Faith & Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 43:51


"To be a poet is to be an exile," says poet Christian Wiman. He echoes the most influential writer on his early life and work, Simone Weil, who wrote in her Gravity & Grace: "We must take the feeling of being at home into exile. We must be rooted in the absence of a place." Wiman spent most of the 2020 leg of the pandemic curating a story about home using 100 poems, seamed with prose from some of the wisest denizens of our species to narrate the tale. He joins Evan Rosa to read some of the poetry from the collection, talk about the connection between poetry and faith, and continue to examine the meaning of home through exiles' eyes. This episode was made possible in part by the generous support of the Tyndale House Foundation. For more information, visit tyndale.foundation.Show NotesHome: 100 PoemsJoseph Brodsky, exile from RussaDefining "Home"Mahmoud Darwish, "I Belong There""I have learned and dismantled all the words in order to draw from them, a single word: home."Josef Pieper on tautologyPoetry as a way of inhabiting rather than definingThe epigraph from He Held Radical Light: "The world does not need to come from a god. For better or worse, the world is here. But it does need to go to one (where is he?). And that is why the poet exists." (Juan Ramon Jimenez)Why does the poet exist?"Existence is not existence until it's more than existence."Jack Gilbert, "Singing in My Difficult Mountains""My fine house that love is.""To be a poet is to be an exile."Simone Weil: "We must be rooted in the absence of a place." (Gravity & Grace)A traveling placeModern humanity in exile, a secular notionWeil, The Need for Roots"I think all poets though, experience the feeling of displacement that comes with perception."W.B. Yeats on Maude Young, "I might have thrown poor words away and attempted to live.""Life is the thing. Words are always a kind of displacement."Wendell Berry's Sabbath: "There is a day when the road neither comes nor goes, and the way is not a way, but a place."Frantically nomadicRestlessness and the pull toward securityRooted in relationships"In my 20s, Simone Weil was the most important writer in my life. ... But now in my fifties, I feel a little differently. I still love Simone Weil, but I appreciate very much the work that someone like Wendell Berry has done to secure an existence against all the odds, secure a kind of existence in one place, and make it out of language as well."Vincent Van Gogh and Gaston BachelardStabilizing and DestabilizingVan Gogh: Life is roundBachelard: Dwelling in images and wordsSome real element of the past, brought into the present with metaphysical power: "I think there's some real element of the past of memory, that is made alive and volatile and even salvific, and it's not an image of youth. It is the actual thing being brought into the present."He Held Radical Light: seeking, through poetry, "those moments of mysterious intrusion, that feeling of collusion with eternity, of life and language riled to the one wild charge.”Poetry: the main way faith sustains Wiman"All poets are Jews." (Maria Sativa)"All poets are believers." (Christian Wiman)Something in poetry itself to further existence"If you do not believe in poetry, you cannot write it." (Wallace Stevens)Glory to God for dappled thingsThe role of mystery in poetry and faithFollowing the music of poetry in a physical, physiological, improvisational wayWendell Berry on the Kingdom of God: "We contain that which contains us."Home in painful division in Wendell BerryCarson McCullers: ImprovisationBraithwaite, "Bass"How is poetry in conversation with perplexity?James Baldwin, "Sonny's Blues" (Christian Wiman's "favorite short story in the world")"Dealing with the roar rising from the void and imposing an order on it."Deep consolation in poetryResponding to the music of poetryRead poetry out loudCan you write good poetry without suffering much?George MacKay Brown, "Old Fisherman with Guitar"What is a life worth living? Creating and lovingThe pursuit of God is wrapped up with creating art and being freed to love.The impact of Christian Wiman's "Prayer"About Christian WimanPoet Christian Wiman is Professor of the Practice of Religion and Literature at Yale Divinity School. He's the author of several books of poetry, including Every Riven Thing, Hammer is the Prayer, and his most recent, Survival Is a Style. His memoirs include the bracing and beautiful My Bright Abyss: Meditation of a Modern Believer and He Held Radical Light: The Art of Faith, the Faith of Art. He edited an anthology of 100 poems on Joy a few years ago, and just released Home: 100 Poems this month.Introduction (Evan Rosa)"To be a poet is to be an exile," says Christian Wiman, a poet and Professor of the Practice of Religion and Literature at Yale Divinity School. Wiman knows this personally. When he was younger than now, he moved 40 times over a 15 year period. He would come early to work as Editor of Poetry Magazine to write his own, spilling line after line onto page from the driver seat of his car (he wrote my favorite poem of his that way he tells me). And the writer that defined him then was Simone Weil, who wrote in her Gravity and Grace, "We must take the feeling of being at home into exile. We must be rooted in the absence of a place."And I wonder, if all poets are exiles, does that make us all poets? The generalized unease and anxiety that comes with being human often leaves us longing for a home. And each of us imagine a particular place, a perspective, a people, when we think of home. But it's always longing, isn't it. Especially in light of the fact that "we are home to each other"—that home is ultimately a relational reality built and maintained and indwelled with people—if that's true then no wonder we long for home all the more, because we long to be accepted, received, and loved all the more.A recent theme of the podcast has been exile and migration. War correspondent Janine Di Giovanni offered perspective on the vanishing Christian population in the middle east; biblical scholar Francisco Lozada helped us view faith through the eyes of the immigrants hopeful sojourn. Today, that continues, even as we consider the very meaning of home by way of poetry.Christian Wiman spent most of the 2020 leg of the pandemic curating a story about home using 100 poems, using with prose from some of the wisest denizens of our species to narrate the tale. The book came out this month, and you can listen to Miroslav Volf and Christian Wiman discuss the project on episode 36 of the podcast.I asked Chris to come back on the show to read more of the poems he selected, talk about the connection between poetry and faith, and continue to examine the meaning of home through exiles' eyes. You might think that's exactly the wrong way to wonder about home. But Odysseus would tell you different as he fights his way back to Ithaca. Moses would tell you different as he leads the Jews through the wilderness. Jesus would tell you different as he goes to prepare a place for you.And what other option do we have as wandering wonderers anyway—always longing for home, always praying for, in Christian Wiman's words, "those moments of mysterious intrusion, that feeling of collusion with eternity, of life and language riled to the one wild charge.”Thanks for listening, and enjoy.Production NotesThis podcast featured poet Christian WimanEdited and Produced by Evan RosaHosted by Evan RosaProduction Assistance by Martin Chan, Nathan Jowers, Natalie Lam, and Logan LedmanA Production of the Yale Center for Faith & Culture at Yale Divinity School https://faith.yale.edu/aboutSupport For the Life of the World podcast by giving to the Yale Center for Faith & Culture: https://faith.yale.edu/give

Devotional on SermonAudio
Poems of the Lord, 42

Devotional on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 16:00


A new MP3 sermon from Hackberry House of Chosun is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Poems of the Lord, 42 Subtitle: Poems of the Lord Speaker: Bob Faulkner Broadcaster: Hackberry House of Chosun Event: Devotional Date: 11/26/2021 Length: 16 min.

The Creative Nonfiction Podcast with Brendan O'Meara

Issue 2 of the audio magazine "Summer" is now available on the public feed! Essays from Jake Gronsky, Matthew Denis, Carrie Hagen, and Krystina Wales, as well as three original poems by Jorah LaFleur. 

Chicken Soup for the Soul with Amy Newmark
Two Raw, Powerful Poems about the Black Experience

Chicken Soup for the Soul with Amy Newmark

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 9:23


Hey it's Amy Newmark with a special episode today featuring two fabulous poets from our new book, Chicken Soup for the Soul: I'm Speaking Now; Black Women Share Their Truth in 101 Stories of Love, Courage and Hope. In addition to the 101 stories, we have 12 poems, and today you're going to hear from two of the poets, who will perform their poems for you and talk about this new book and what it means to them to have this platform for sharing their experiences as Black women.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Tell Me Something True with Laura McKowen
The Shortest Episode, The Biggest Thanks

Tell Me Something True with Laura McKowen

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 6:12


Laura offers two poems today: one of her favorites, one of her own. Happy Thanksgiving to those of you who are celebrating. And to all, a big heap of gratitude and mystery from all of us at Tell Me Something True. The Sleepless ones by Lawrence Tirnauer https://drkarinlawson.com/the-sleepless-ones/ You could be soft instead by Laura McKowen https://www.lauramckowen.com/blog/2019-3-11-you-could-be-soft Tell Me Something True is a 100% independent podcast. There are no corporations or advertisers backing this community. We are 100% funded by the TMST community. Support TMST today so you can hear the uncut interviews, attend private events with Laura and help keep TMST ad-free: https://tmst.supercast.com/

Father Simon Says
Father Simon Says – November 24, 2021 – Poems & Hymns & Songs, Oh My!

Father Simon Says

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 51:07


Dn 5:1-6, 13-14, 16-17, 23-28 Father explains what it means to use the things of God for ourselves Lk 21:12-19 Father talks about Fulton Sheen’s preaching Mass Hysteria: Father talks about singing in the early Church Letters: Question about the devil and hell What is Hislev? Word of the Day: Defense Callers: Why is it […]

Spark My Muse
Eps 205: Glory in the Margins-Sunday Poems; guest, Nikki Grimes

Spark My Muse

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 37:30


A conversation and selected readings with the poet laureate of Grace Brethren Church in Southern California, celebrated author, Nikki Grimes.

Painted Bride Quarterly’s Slush Pile
Episode 95: Sweet! Poems by Hillary Adler

Painted Bride Quarterly’s Slush Pile

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 55:54


Slushies! We're excited to release this episode featuring three poems by Hillary Adler: "Did You Google that or Shake a Magic 8 Ball?"; "We Must Be Animals"; and "Letter to Erika from a Bench on Christopher St." Recorded in the spring of 2020, our crew is well locked down but looking up, delighted to be reading poems together from afar. We're down with “dirty words,” Slushies, and the ontology of the self, despite Marion's broken thumb. It's animality and the annoyingness of humans in “We Must Be Animals.” “Letter to Erika” brings the Big Gay Ice Cream back to us, and Jason talks about football while Marion tries to imitate Charles Bukowski, badly. Adler's poems invite us into reverie, meditation, frank images, syntactical pleasures, and the challenge of sweetness.  This episode is brought to you by one of our sponsors, Wilbur Records, who kindly introduced us to the artist  A.M.Mills, whose song “Spaghetti with Loretta” now opens our show.  At the Table: Jason Schneiderman, Kathleen Volk Miller, Addison Davis, & Samantha Neugebauer. Hillary Adler is poet and journalist, and is currently the Director of Marketing for Topl, an impact technology company that enables digital and sustainable transformation across value chains and empowers the monetization of impact verified on the Topl Blockchain.  She is from New York City, and holds an MFA from The New School. Her work has appeared in The Huffington Post, The Poetry Foundation, BuzzFeed, Rolling Stone and elsewhere. Her first completed book of poems, We Must Be Animals, has been in a drawer for over a year. Maybe one day it will see daylight. Until then, she can be found on Twitter and IG @HillaryAdler.

THE SHY LIFE PODCAST
THE SHY LIFE PODCAST - 486: FUNERAL FOR A SHOE (10TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL!)

THE SHY LIFE PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 77:27


Here we are for episode 486! This time Paul shares stories about the writing of his book of poetry and prose, Funeral For A Shoe which is celebrating its 10th anniversary this month. Martin Holmes also joins us for a poetic chat. Our next show, #487 sees us meeting Sister Ooo who has come to check on Ikk; his due-date is very close now; everyone needs to be ready! Do join us, please?! Email us at shyyeti@yahoo.co.uk if you have any comments - you can even send me a sound-file and I'll include it. The music is by Shy Yeti and Luca. Sound effects by Paul C and Soundbible. All other content of this episode is Copyright Paul Chandler, 2021. Episode 486 was recorded between the 30th August and the 8th September 2021. Our chat with Martin Holmes was recorded on the 4th September 2021.

The Sunday Poems with Ken Hada
Episode 160: Ronin: Prose poems of Paul Juhasz

The Sunday Poems with Ken Hada

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 11:02


Ken reads from Paul Juhasz's new book, “Romin” (Fine Dog Press, 2021).

Me Reading Stuff
Episode 347: Charles Simic - Dime-Store Alchemy

Me Reading Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 24:59


“He who cannot howl will not find his pack.” - Charles Simic "...unusual feeling of satisfaction and accomplishment, unexpected and more abiding than usual." - Joseph Cornell LINKS:Buy Charles Simic's Dime-Store Alchemy here: https://www.nyrb.com/products/dime-store-alchemy-1?variant=1094929469Order my 2021 Headstone Greeting Cards here: https://www.robynoneil.com/cardsandstickersMe on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/robyn_oneil/?hl=enHandwritten Notes: https://www.instagram.com/handwrittennotesontv/Me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Robyn_ONeil

The Slowdown
545: Response, Years Later, to Two Male Poets I Overheard Discussing How Sick They Were of Women's Poems about the Body

The Slowdown

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 4:44


Today's poem is Response, Years Later, to Two Male Poets I Overheard Discussing How Sick They Were of Women's Poems about the Body by Meghan Dunn.

Devotional on SermonAudio
Poems of the Lord, 40

Devotional on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 18:00


A new MP3 sermon from Hackberry House of Chosun is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Poems of the Lord, 40 Subtitle: Poems of the Lord Speaker: Bob Faulkner Broadcaster: Hackberry House of Chosun Event: Devotional Date: 11/12/2021 Length: 18 min.

She Gathers Beauty | Living Your Wildly Naked Truth
Words I Want To Kiss You With: Poetry, Edges, and the Moon

She Gathers Beauty | Living Your Wildly Naked Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 30:24


Tell me, what is your yes? What is alive within you? What is life asking you to release? To fully embody? The way you feel, it matters. The way the moon is moving inside you, it matters.  How are you meeting the wild edges of yourself? What will you give yourself permission to be, feel, do, receive, believe, give? There's always a threshold opportunity to help us embody our yes. This life is a constant ceremony—and everything is a love story. The power in believing in your love—and leaning into the unknown. I beg you, don't let go of your hallelujah. If you'd like to receive a love note from my heart to yours and be supported while you're living at your edges, you can sign up for my newsletter here: https://www.shegathersbeauty.com/ Poems shared in this episode: She Is Mine, Lion's Moon, The Curve of Yes, and An Unplanned Gathering of Love.    

RNZ: Nine To Noon
Just Like That: Kevin Ireland New Poems by Kevin Ireland

RNZ: Nine To Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 6:23


Harry Ricketts reviews Just Like That: Kevin Ireland New Poems by Kevin Ireland, published by Quentin Wilson Publishing.

The Nutrition Translator Podcast
Short Story: The Sacredness of Uncertainty

The Nutrition Translator Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 3:46


Lessons from Ayahuasca: In running from uncertainty, spaciousness and impermanence you lose a sense of sacredness of this life, which is the essence of everything.

3 minute lesson
Troy | Archaeology

3 minute lesson

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 3:00


Episode 387. Topic: Troy. Theme: Archaeology. What is the story of the Trojan War? Who wrote it and is it real or fictional? How did a retired businessman rediscover the location of Troy? What went wrong at the excavation of this site? Twitter: @3minutelessonEmail: 3minutelesson@gmail.comInstagram: 3minutelessonFacebook: 3minutelessonNew episode every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday! Find us everywhere podcasts are found.

The Nutrition Translator Podcast
Short Story: Fall Into Everything

The Nutrition Translator Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 3:23


The Wanderer Anglo Saxon Heathenism

Anglo-Saxon Poetry encompasses verse written during the 600-year Anglo-Saxon period of British history, from the mid-fifth century to the Norman Conquest of 1066. Almost all of the literature of this period was orally transmitted, and almost all poems were intended for oral performance. As a result of this, Anglo-Saxon poetry tends to be highly rhythmical, much like other forms of verse that emerged from oral traditions. However, Anglo-Saxon poetry does not create rhythm through the techniques of meter and rhyme, derived from Latin poetry, that are utilized by most other Western European languages. Instead, Anglo-Saxon poetry creates rhythm through a unique system of alliteration. Syllables are not counted as they are in traditional European meters, but instead, the length of the line is determined by a pattern of stressed syllables that begin with the same consonant cluster. The result of this style of poetry is a harsher, more guttural sound and a rhythm that sounds more like a chant than a traditional song. Although most Anglo-Saxon poetry was never written down and as such is lost to us, it was clearly a thriving literary language, and there are extant works in a wide variety of genres including epic poetry, Bible translations, historical chronicles, riddles, and short lyrics. Some of the most important works from this period include the epic Beowulf, Bede's Death Song, and the wisdom poetry found in the Exeter Book such as The Seafarer, and The Wanderer.

The Calm Christmas Podcast with Beth Kempton
S2 Ep 1: PREPARE (intention + inspiration)

The Calm Christmas Podcast with Beth Kempton

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 36:35


I have loved Christmas since I was a child. The hopes of snow and flying reindeer, that special Christmassy feeling in the air. I still sense that as a grown up, but the festive season seems to come with a lot more pressure these days. This year, instead of trying to create the perfect Instagrammable Christmas, what if we just relaxed and focused on what really matters? Welcome to Season Two of the Calm Christmas podcast with bestselling self-help author Beth Kempton. This series is all about making the season special for less – less stress, less expense, less pressure… Episode 1 is on the theme of PREPARE and includes:A cosy introduction to The Calm Christmas PodcastPondering the question of what Christmas means to you – and to meSome beautiful wintery words from some of my favourite writers and poetsJournaling prompts for reflecting on your Christmas experiencesPlus our weekly nature corner, recipes, wellbeing ideas and tips for getting ahead for ChristmasI hope this podcast will help you locate Christmas as an anchor in the stormy seas of winter in this world right now. New episodes every Wednesday throughout November and December. Remember to subscribe to get new episodes as soon as they drop! CLICK HERE to sign up for my FREE two-week writing course, the Winter Writing Sanctuary (runs Nov 22 – Dec 4 2021) For more details of my book Calm Christmas and a Happy New Year go to bethkempton.com/christmasTo be in with a chance of winning a signed copy of The Almanac 2022 by Lia Leendertz and my book Calm Christmas, head over to Instagram @bethkempton. The deadline for entries is 4pm UK time on Friday November 5, 2021. Take good care, Beth (@bethkempton on Instagram)Featured in this episode:·      Good Hours by Robert Frost, in A Mind of Winter edited by Robert Atwan·      We Can be Film Stars, Just for One Day by Sue Townsend in On Christmas: A seasonal anthology by Gyles Brandreth·      Of Calcutta, Christmas and New Year by Suhel Seth in On Christmas: A seasonal anthology by Gyles Brandreth ·      Introduction by Judith Flanders in Poems for Christmas·      Christmas: A biography by Judith Flanders ·      The Almanac: A seasonal guide to 2022  by Lia Leendertz ·      Royal Horticultural Society's Gardening Through The Year by Ian Spence·      East Wind Melts the Ice by Liza Dalby ·      Calm Christmas and a Happy New Year by Beth Kempton 

The Nutrition Translator Podcast
114 - The Groundless Ground | Ayahuasca, Uncertainty & Impermanence

The Nutrition Translator Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 39:48


In today's episode I talk about a recent Ayahuasca retreat where I got to learn astonishing lessons of impermanence, uncertainty & acceptance in this and also an understanding of the Bodhicitta mind (Bodhicitta, translated as “awakening mind” or “open heart,” is the commitment to embark on a path of awakening, one dedicated to the liberation all beings. Bodhicitta is born of compassion, the desire to free all beings from suffering, even those who wish us harm or consider us enemies). Go on a journey with me as a tell the story and reflections of 2 recent Ayahuasca ceremonies and more about where I currently am in my Ayahuasca apprenticeship training. I am humbled to even being lucky enough to create a podcast like this one, with the experiences I have had so far with Grandmother Ayahuasca.-Colleen

Chicken Soup for the Soul with Amy Newmark
Black Women Are Speaking Now -- Two Powerful Poems from Our New Book

Chicken Soup for the Soul with Amy Newmark

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 10:37


Chicken Soup for the Soul's powerful new book, "I'm Speaking Now; Black Women Share Their Truth in 101 Stories of Love, Courage, and Hope,” also contains 12 raw, personal poems that will open your eyes to the reality of the Black experience in America today. Please enjoy today's episode in which two poets share their poems with you.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Paradigms
Patricia Wixon – New Book of Poetry “The Great Hunt and Other Poems”

Paradigms

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 56:15


Patricia Wixon has been a poet since childhood. Now in her 80's Wixon lives in her native Oregon with husband Vince where they curate the legacy of Oregon Poet Laureate William Stafford. In her latest book The Great Hunt and … More ... The post Patricia Wixon – New Book of Poetry “The Great Hunt and Other Poems” appeared first on Paradigms Podcast.

College Church of the Nazarene - Nampa ID
A Good Narrative Written in Small Poems - Ruth 1:1-22

College Church of the Nazarene - Nampa ID

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 46:11


Preached by : Scott Daniels For more information please visit: https://nampacollegechurch.com

Alternative Stories and Fake Realities
Seren Books 40th Anniversary

Alternative Stories and Fake Realities

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 46:05


In this edition we celebrate the 40th anniversary of Seren Books, the publisher from south Wales responsible for launching the careers of many poets and for putting out a series of memorable poetry collections including a few featured previously on Alt Stories  In this podcast you can hear an interview with Seren's outgoing poetry editor Amy Wack who leaves the press at the end of October 2021.  She looks back at her time with Seren and the changes to the style and readership of poetry since she joined.  The presenter of this podcast is Nadia Wyn Abouayen and the readers from Alt Stories are Tiffany Clare and Chris Gregory We feature the following poems in this podcast  “We are coming” by Kim Moore is taken from her recently published collection “All the men I never married” and is read by Tiffany Clare  “Yet, he remembers Baghdad” by Abeer Ameer from the 2021 collection “Inhale / Exile” read by Tiffany Clare  “Air Camera” by Christopher Meredith from his collection “Still” is read by Chris Gregory “Wrack of Summer” is taken from Polly Atkin's latest collection “Much With Body” and is read by Tiffany Clare  “Karaoke King” is the title poem of Dai George's latest collection which came out in June.  The reader is Chris Gregory.  “Paean for a cliff railway driver” is written and read by Paul Henry and is taken from the upcoming collection “As if to sing” to be published by Seren in 2022 From the collection “Let Me Tell you What I saw” by Adnan Al Sayegh, the recording we include features the voice of translator Jenny Lewis reading the text in English whilst Adnan Al Sayegh reads the original Arabic version.  The music in the background is called “The Moon Fades” and it is reproduced here with the kind permission of Naseer Shamma Production, sound design, editing and music are by Chris Gregory unless stated.  We would like to thank Sarah Johnson of Seren Books for her invaluable help in the making of this podcast and Amy Wack for sharing her thoughts on her time at Seren with us.  We'd also like to thank all of the contributing poets for allowing us to use their poems. If you would like to find out more about Seren Books and buy the collections featured you can do so by visiting the press's website here  https://www.serenbooks.com/You can also follow Seren on social media here https://twitter.com/SerenBookshttps://www.instagram.com/serenbooks/ You can also follow our featured poets Kim Moore https://twitter.com/kimmoorepoetPolly Atkin https://twitter.com/pollyrowenaAbeer Ameer https://twitter.com/hijjabiPaul Henry https://www.paulhenrypoet.co.uk/Dai George http://daigeorge.com/Christopher Meredith https://christophermeredit9.wixsite.com/websiteAdnan Al-Sayegh http://adnanalsayegh.com/eng/ Please follow Alternative Stories on twitter at https://twitter.com/StoriesAlt for information on our upcoming drama, poetry and fiction podcasts as well as our workshops and writer / publisher services 

How to Do Life
Marty Nemko Reads from His Book, Poems Practical

How to Do Life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 31:25


Beloved Children’s Books
The Ghostly Carousel: Delightfully Frightful Poems by: Calef Brown Part 3

Beloved Children’s Books

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 5:34


Sure to induce shrieks and giggles in equal measure, Calef Brown's poems present a wonderfully creepy cast of characters.

Gruesome Gossip
2.9 | Halloween Poems and Alligators in Costumes - Season 2 Finale

Gruesome Gossip

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 17:22


In the season 2 finale, Marti shares five Halloween poems she composed using real-life tales of horror as her inspiration. She also brings back a favorite segment from season 1; this time involving live alligators being dressed up in Halloween costumes.   We believe in giving credit where credit is due. To view the links for all the resources used/mentioned in this episode, visit the show notes. Connect with us on social media: Facebook Instagram

Devotional on SermonAudio
Poems of the Lord, 38

Devotional on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 20:00


A new MP3 sermon from Hackberry House of Chosun is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Poems of the Lord, 38 Subtitle: Poems of the Lord Speaker: Bob Faulkner Broadcaster: Hackberry House of Chosun Event: Devotional Date: 10/29/2021 Length: 20 min.

Beloved Children’s Books
The Ghostly Carousel: Delightfully Frightful Poems by: Calef Brown Part 2

Beloved Children’s Books

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 6:45


Sure to induce shrieks and giggles in equal measure, Calef Brown's poems present a wonderfully creepy cast of characters.

Beloved Children’s Books
The Ghostly Carousel: Delightfully Frightful Poems by: Calef Brown Part 1

Beloved Children’s Books

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 5:43


Sure to induce shrieks and giggles in equal measure, Calef Brown's poems present a wonderfully creepy cast of characters.

Me Reading Stuff
Episode 344: A.L. Snijders - Night Train (translated by Lydia Davis)

Me Reading Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 30:18


"Everything has its story." - A.L. Snijders"I'm a soap opera scholar." - MeLINKS:Buy Night Train by A.L. Snijders here: https://www.ndbooks.com/book/night-train/Register for my lecture here: https://finearts.wsu.edu/event/robyn-oneil-virtual-artist-talk/Visit my shop here: https://www.robynoneil.com/shopSupport The Trevor Project by buying ME READING STUFF shirts here: https://cottonbureau.com/products/me-reading-stuff#/1948499/tee-men-standard-tee-vintage-black-tri-blend-sMore on The Trevor Project: https://www.thetrevorproject.org

Words and Sh*t
LIVE at SIPS Fest, featuring iCon

Words and Sh*t

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 51:55


Words and Shit will be recorded in front of a LIVE AUDIENCE at the Stonewall International Poetry Slam (SIPS) Festival in Baltimore, Maryland, and we brought back a friend of the show for this very special occasion: Sha'Condria "iCon" Sices-Sibley joined us to talk about her new book, the journey to publication, and the life after. SHA'CONDRIA “iCon” SIBLEY is an Alexandria, Louisiana native and longtime New Orleans-based poet, writer, performing artist, visual artist, and teaching artist. A multiple-time national poetry slam champion, Sha'Condria travels the country performing, including at colleges and universities, and has made many television and stage appearances, including TV One's Verses and Flow and at the mainstage at Essence Music Festival. Her work has been featured on many outlets such as Huffington Post, For Harriet, Teen Vogue, BET, BBC World Radio, as well as in several exhibits, documentaries, and anthologies. She has starred in several stageplays, featured on musical projects with multiple national and Grammy-nominated recording artists, and co-wrote two short films, also starring in one. Sha'Condria is the author of a newly published collection of poetry, My Name Is Pronounced Holy: A Collection of Poems, Prayers, Rememberings, and Reclamations.

Open Windows Podcast
Jonas Zdanys Open Windows Poems and Translations

Open Windows Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 21:18


I continue my readings of poems from books published by Virtual Artists Collective during the course of the past two decades. I read poems by Lorraine Henrie Lins, Katia Mitova, Li Nan, Donna Pucciani, and Matthias  Regan.  

THE SHY LIFE PODCAST
THE SHY LIFE PODCAST - 480: THE UNSAVOURY SHRIEK OF THE HALLOWEEN FIEND! (A SPOOKY SEASONAL SPECIAL FOR 2021)

THE SHY LIFE PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 102:41


Here we are for episode 480! This time we present to you our Halloween Special for 2021... We have a number of special guests for you - including Toppie Smellie of The Smellcast and Paul's mum to name just two! Along with some Sutton Park clips and special guests, this episode also includes a number of Paul's poems which fit the Halloween-theme of this show: The Black-Eyed Growl, Why Don't Dragons Clean Their Teeth?, Colin The Custard-Eating Spider and Mice, Tap-Dancing - all freshly performed for this edition of the series. Our next show, #481 sees us digging further into the Sutton Park archives with a little help from our narrator, Robot Cuthbert! Do join us, please?! Email us at shyyeti@yahoo.co.uk if you have any comments - you can even send me a sound-file and I'll include it. The music is by Shy Yeti, Harry F and Luca. Sound effects by Paul C and Soundbible. All other content of this episode is Copyright Paul Chandler, 2021. Episode 480 was recorded between the 25th September and the 6th of October 2021, with Sutton Park clips (#1230-1231) from February 1996.

Alternative Stories and Fake Realities
Roy McFarlane : Poems of activism and jazz

Alternative Stories and Fake Realities

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 26:03


In this edition of the podcast we hear from poet and activist Roy McFarlane.  Roy has two collections from Nine Arches Press and a third collection to be published in 2022.  In the podcast we share a selection of Roy's poetry and hear about what inspires and influences his work.In this podcast you heard the following poems  Papers read by Kam ElliottClinton McCurbin 1987 read by Kam EliiottJoy Gardner 1993 read by Hadiya MorrisHow it Feels to Be Free read by Kam Elliott and Hadiya Morris To the Heron who stood with me in the ruins of another black man's life read by Kam Elliott Sound design and editing are by Chris Gregory If you would like to find out more about Roy McFarlane and his work you can visit his website  http://roymcfarlane.com/And follow him on twitter where he posts as https://twitter.com/rmcfarlane63 You can buy Roy's poetry collections “Beginning with your last Breath” and “The Healing Next Time” from publisher Nine Arches Press via their website here https://www.ninearchespress.com/publications/poetry-collections/Find out more about Nine Arches and follow them on twitter here  https://twitter.com/NineArchesPresssearch websites in your area to find out about Black History Month events taking place near you.  Next on Alternative Stories we feature Seren Books, the South Wales based publisher celebrating their 40th anniversary in 2021    

First Universalist Church
October 24, 2021- Be Your Note: Journeys into Prayer

First Universalist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 40:06


“…sometimes, it can take a long time to sound like yourself.” -Miles Davis This Sunday, Oct. 24, we lead a journey of creative prayer practices. There is no one way to pray, or a specific word you must remember. There are many ways to focus the mind and tune the heart to love. We'll share music and stories. We'll have fun together, making space to call the wisdom in each of us, until we hear the singing from within.   Words of Welcome- Dr. Glen Thomas Rideout (:21) Story- Dr. Glen Thomas Rideout (2:37) Hymn- Standin' in the Need of Prayer (6:27) Invitation into Prayer- Rev. Arif Mamdani and Dr. Glen Thomas Rideout (9:09) Silence, Community Prayer, and Cycle of Life- Rev. Arif Mamdani (17:00) Poems, Prayers, Meditations- Be Your Note- Rev. Arif Mamdani and Dr. Glen Thomas Rideout (25:39)  

New Books in Literature
Ana Castillo, "My Book of the Dead: New Poems" (High Road Books, 2021)

New Books in Literature

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 63:22


“My poetry captures a moment,” remarked Dr. Castillo when asked about the process of writing her most recent collection of poems My Book of the Dead: New Poems (University of New Mexico Press, 2021). While many of us would be immobile at the news about the effects of climate disaster, school shootings, and anti-black racism which often resulted in extralegal violence, Ana Castillo reached for pen and paper. She processed these events through writing carefully, intentionally, and vividly about the world which gave rise to these catastrophes. She forces us to feel that moment with her – confusion, anger, grief. My Book of the Dead is the result of Ana's mourning turned artistic bodily expression. Each poem offers a snapshot in response to personal and national tragedies. Ana mourns loss at all levels – from the passing of artist friends she danced with to the national news of slain schoolchildren. “You hear of his death by the virus and // it all comes back – // meeting in Chicago, // celebrating his first novel, // dancing to a sweat together in New Orleans,” Ana writes in “Hache ¡Presente!” (8). Eight pages later she launches into an exhaustive yet incomplete list of mass shootings in the United States between 2016 and 2019. “+ Plus más – // domestic violence // deaths // at the hands // of someone that loved you, // loved your baby, // mother, // the neighbor upstairs who came running,” Dr. Castillo writes in “Mass Shooting (2016 to 2019 and Counting” (16-23). Sixty-three incidents of mass shootings span eight pages, each indicating the number of deaths in bold. These two poems sit alongside poems about anti-Black racism, police violence, and the threat to Democracy posed by the Trump administration. Dr. Castillo's My Book of the Dead also carries with it a sense of urgency about the future of the United States. By connecting the relationship between domestic terrorism (i.e., mass shootings and anti-Black racism) and the imperial violence inflicted across the world by the U.S. through bombs and other warfare, Ana takes to task the history and the present U.S. In “Xicanisma Prophecies Post 2012: Putin's Puppet,” Ana writes, “Putin's Puppet sees color and it revolts him. // Blacks belong in Africa, he opines, and Muslims must stay in the Mid-East. // Mexicans are the scourge. // Like with his father, // his father before him, and so on. Darker races serve their purpose – // servitude or genocide. // As for women – // you kill a rhino for sport or for its horns. // (A woman is worthwhile only if she enhances your status.)” (80). In several poems such as “Gotas caían en el techo” (31), “A Storm Upon Us” (3), and How to Tell You Are Living under Rising Fascism (A Basic Primer in Progress)” (41), she indicts the Trump Administration for advancing white supremacy, their attacks on history, and their denial of science. Ana is insistent about calling out every aspect of exactly how the rights of people of color, the elderly, and women are continuously being restricted. She is particularly focused on the plight of mothers. Jonathan Cortez is currently the 2021-2023 César Chávez Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Latin American, Latino, and Caribbean Studies at Dartmouth College. You can follow Jonathan on Twitter @joncortz Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literature

New Books Network
Ana Castillo, "My Book of the Dead: New Poems" (High Road Books, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 63:22


“My poetry captures a moment,” remarked Dr. Castillo when asked about the process of writing her most recent collection of poems My Book of the Dead: New Poems (University of New Mexico Press, 2021). While many of us would be immobile at the news about the effects of climate disaster, school shootings, and anti-black racism which often resulted in extralegal violence, Ana Castillo reached for pen and paper. She processed these events through writing carefully, intentionally, and vividly about the world which gave rise to these catastrophes. She forces us to feel that moment with her – confusion, anger, grief. My Book of the Dead is the result of Ana's mourning turned artistic bodily expression. Each poem offers a snapshot in response to personal and national tragedies. Ana mourns loss at all levels – from the passing of artist friends she danced with to the national news of slain schoolchildren. “You hear of his death by the virus and // it all comes back – // meeting in Chicago, // celebrating his first novel, // dancing to a sweat together in New Orleans,” Ana writes in “Hache ¡Presente!” (8). Eight pages later she launches into an exhaustive yet incomplete list of mass shootings in the United States between 2016 and 2019. “+ Plus más – // domestic violence // deaths // at the hands // of someone that loved you, // loved your baby, // mother, // the neighbor upstairs who came running,” Dr. Castillo writes in “Mass Shooting (2016 to 2019 and Counting” (16-23). Sixty-three incidents of mass shootings span eight pages, each indicating the number of deaths in bold. These two poems sit alongside poems about anti-Black racism, police violence, and the threat to Democracy posed by the Trump administration. Dr. Castillo's My Book of the Dead also carries with it a sense of urgency about the future of the United States. By connecting the relationship between domestic terrorism (i.e., mass shootings and anti-Black racism) and the imperial violence inflicted across the world by the U.S. through bombs and other warfare, Ana takes to task the history and the present U.S. In “Xicanisma Prophecies Post 2012: Putin's Puppet,” Ana writes, “Putin's Puppet sees color and it revolts him. // Blacks belong in Africa, he opines, and Muslims must stay in the Mid-East. // Mexicans are the scourge. // Like with his father, // his father before him, and so on. Darker races serve their purpose – // servitude or genocide. // As for women – // you kill a rhino for sport or for its horns. // (A woman is worthwhile only if she enhances your status.)” (80). In several poems such as “Gotas caían en el techo” (31), “A Storm Upon Us” (3), and How to Tell You Are Living under Rising Fascism (A Basic Primer in Progress)” (41), she indicts the Trump Administration for advancing white supremacy, their attacks on history, and their denial of science. Ana is insistent about calling out every aspect of exactly how the rights of people of color, the elderly, and women are continuously being restricted. She is particularly focused on the plight of mothers. Jonathan Cortez is currently the 2021-2023 César Chávez Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Latin American, Latino, and Caribbean Studies at Dartmouth College. You can follow Jonathan on Twitter @joncortz Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Latino Studies
Ana Castillo, "My Book of the Dead: New Poems" (High Road Books, 2021)

New Books in Latino Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 63:22


“My poetry captures a moment,” remarked Dr. Castillo when asked about the process of writing her most recent collection of poems My Book of the Dead: New Poems (University of New Mexico Press, 2021). While many of us would be immobile at the news about the effects of climate disaster, school shootings, and anti-black racism which often resulted in extralegal violence, Ana Castillo reached for pen and paper. She processed these events through writing carefully, intentionally, and vividly about the world which gave rise to these catastrophes. She forces us to feel that moment with her – confusion, anger, grief. My Book of the Dead is the result of Ana's mourning turned artistic bodily expression. Each poem offers a snapshot in response to personal and national tragedies. Ana mourns loss at all levels – from the passing of artist friends she danced with to the national news of slain schoolchildren. “You hear of his death by the virus and // it all comes back – // meeting in Chicago, // celebrating his first novel, // dancing to a sweat together in New Orleans,” Ana writes in “Hache ¡Presente!” (8). Eight pages later she launches into an exhaustive yet incomplete list of mass shootings in the United States between 2016 and 2019. “+ Plus más – // domestic violence // deaths // at the hands // of someone that loved you, // loved your baby, // mother, // the neighbor upstairs who came running,” Dr. Castillo writes in “Mass Shooting (2016 to 2019 and Counting” (16-23). Sixty-three incidents of mass shootings span eight pages, each indicating the number of deaths in bold. These two poems sit alongside poems about anti-Black racism, police violence, and the threat to Democracy posed by the Trump administration. Dr. Castillo's My Book of the Dead also carries with it a sense of urgency about the future of the United States. By connecting the relationship between domestic terrorism (i.e., mass shootings and anti-Black racism) and the imperial violence inflicted across the world by the U.S. through bombs and other warfare, Ana takes to task the history and the present U.S. In “Xicanisma Prophecies Post 2012: Putin's Puppet,” Ana writes, “Putin's Puppet sees color and it revolts him. // Blacks belong in Africa, he opines, and Muslims must stay in the Mid-East. // Mexicans are the scourge. // Like with his father, // his father before him, and so on. Darker races serve their purpose – // servitude or genocide. // As for women – // you kill a rhino for sport or for its horns. // (A woman is worthwhile only if she enhances your status.)” (80). In several poems such as “Gotas caían en el techo” (31), “A Storm Upon Us” (3), and How to Tell You Are Living under Rising Fascism (A Basic Primer in Progress)” (41), she indicts the Trump Administration for advancing white supremacy, their attacks on history, and their denial of science. Ana is insistent about calling out every aspect of exactly how the rights of people of color, the elderly, and women are continuously being restricted. She is particularly focused on the plight of mothers. Jonathan Cortez is currently the 2021-2023 César Chávez Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Latin American, Latino, and Caribbean Studies at Dartmouth College. You can follow Jonathan on Twitter @joncortz Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/latino-studies

Unreached of the Day
Pray for the Hijazi Arab in United Arab Emirates

Unreached of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 1:01


People Group Details:  Sign up to receive podcast:  https://joshuaproject.net/people_groups/14784 Listen to "A Third of Us" podcast with Greg Kelley, produced by the Alliance for the Unreached: https://alliancefortheunreached.org/podcast/ Watch "Stories of Courageous Christians" w/ Mark Kordic https://storiesofcourageouschristians.com/stories-of-courageous-christians

Leadership Live
EP 53 - Conversation with Babalwa Fatyi - Leader & Poet, taking care of your soul while taking care of your business

Leadership Live

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 39:36


Babalwa Fatyi is a sustainability expert, who is a founder and Managing Director at Myezo Environmental Management Services. Babalwa has a fascinating story from modest beginnings growing up in a rural village, she always felt at one with her surroundings and her passion for science and sustainability led her to found a business that focuses on this. She's also an author and poet. She shares her story of growing up where women were at the center of leadership – leading the home, the community, and the farms and coming to work and all of a sudden having a different experience where women in organizations need to be empowered. This took her by surprise since we don't need to empower women, we need to remind them of their power. Stay tuned for an inspiring episode and a surprise at the end of the episode where she shares one of her poems with us that's all about women's strength and power. Timestamps:  1:00 The journey from humble beginnings 2:45 Science and soul  5:10 The scientist - where did it begin? 10:58 Bringing key leadership qualities to the business world 12:27 Taking a step back to find stillness 13:36 Inspiring women of rural Africa 19:00 We are all part of the bigger whole 19:55 First realization - we can do anything 23:30 Myezo Environmental Management Services  27:10 What we know is right? 28:08 Writing poetry - wanting to take care of the soul 30:05 Greetings from the core - I see you for who you are 32:48 Combining soulfulness and business  34:41 Engage the community in your plans 36:06 Poem  Resources:  PODCAST WEBPAGE: www.daphnahorowitz.com/podcastlive BOOK a coaching session with Daphna Horowitz HERE: https://daphnahorowitz.com/services/#leadership-coaching  Purchase the book on AMAZON:  https://www.amazon.com/Weekly-Habits-Extraordinary-Leaders-Horowitz/dp/B08JDTRK9H/ref=sr_1_1?crid=24SK3E4DFMJMQ&dchild=1&keywords=daphna+horowitz&qid=1605772332&sprefix=daphna+ho%2Cstripbooks-intl-ship%2C379&sr=8-1  Listen to all the previous episodes HERE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/leadership-live/id1524072573  Get access to your FREE Leadership Toolkit here: https://daphnahorowitz.com/leadershiptoolkit For more information about the CEO Habits Bootcamp: https://daphnahorowitz.com/ceobootcamp Connect with Babalwa: https://www.facebook.com/baba.fatyijjjbbb  https://www.facebook.com/Babalwaonline/  https://www.facebook.com/MyezoEnv/ www.babalwaonline.com www.myezo.co.za https://za.linkedin.com/in/babalwa-fatyi-pr-sci-nat-61a74019 www.greetingsfrommycore.com Connect with Daphna: Official website: www.daphnahorowitz.com  LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/daphnahorowitz/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/daphna1231 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PEACSolutions/

Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books
Sabrina Benaim, I LOVE YOU, CALL ME BACK: Poems

Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 21:52


Poet Sabrina Benaim joins Zibby to talk about her second collection I Love You, Call Me Back, which is out today. Sabrina shares that while she had the bones of these poems pre-Covid, the pandemic helped shape the stories they ultimately told. The two also talk about the way health scares have impacted Sabrina's family's lives, from her mother's aneurysm diagnosis last year to the tumor that first prompted Sabrina to share her writing with the world.Purchase on Amazon or Bookshop.Amazon: https://amzn.to/39ESzIQBookshop: https://bit.ly/3udEOKI See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Brian Lehrer Show
Tracy K. Smith Shares Poems From Her New Collection

The Brian Lehrer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 9:35


Tracy K. Smith, Pulitzer Prize winning poet, former Poet Laureate of the United States from 2017 to 2019, author of Such Color: New and Selected Poems (Graywolf, 2021) and editor of The Best American Poetry 2021 (Scribner, 2021) shares poems from her new collection.

Me Reading Stuff
Episode 342: Kool Keith & Fran Lebowitz

Me Reading Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 23:54


"You workin' hard lady? I don't believe you." - Kool Keith"Are you an original? I don't believe you." - MeLINKS:Kool Keith's "Matthew": https://koolkeith.bandcamp.com/album/matthewListen to "I Don't Believe You" here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MH4Y16Hb6RMBuy The Fran Lebowitz Reader here: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/99063/the-fran-lebowitz-reader-by-fran-lebowitz/Head to my shop and use your Coupon Code!: https://www.robynoneil.com/shopMy Website: https://www.robynoneil.comMe on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/robyn_oneil/?hl=enHandwritten Notes: https://www.instagram.com/handwrittennotesontv/Me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Robyn_ONeil