Category: Podcasts

Podcast: Alison Whittaker’s process

Hello poets and readers, “The logics of law and poetry boil meaning and power down to their barest components.” We’re delighted to be able to bring you an interview with Alison Whittaker, a Gomeroi poet and author of the collections Lemons in the Chicken Wire and Blakwork, shortlisted in the Prime Minister’s Literary Award for…

Podcast: Merlinda Bobis’ process

Poetry – “Most of the time, it’s an accident of composition.” Hello poets and readers, We’re delighted to be able to bring you an interview with Filipino-Australian poet Merlinda Bobis. Bobis’ assertion that the writing of poetry is accidental is reflected in the title of her most recent collection Accidents of Composition (2017). Her poetry…

Podcast: Christian Bök’s process

I conduct experiments through language. Christian Bök Poetry in Process podcast, July 2019 Hello poets and readers, We’re delighted to be able to bring you our second podcast, with experimental poet Christian Bök. Christian’s approach to poetry is scientific. He uses experiments in poetry to test ideas and capacities, unsure of outcomes. He has dedicated…

Podcast: Melinda Smith’s process

Melinda Smith makes a lot of art. She is a poet willing to experiment, and, invariably, the experiments pay off. Whether with form, or seeking out incisive and vital new content, her work interrogates language and society. It’s reaped the rewards of recognition in the form of the Australian Prime Minister’s Literary Award for Poetry…

Welcome poets and readers

See what we have in store for you in the coming months. Sign up for emails to hear interviews that delve deeply into the mystery of poetry making by some of Australia’s most innovative poets

Hello, poets and readers, I’m Owen Bullock, welcome to the Poetry in Process podcast.

Have you ever wanted to be a better poet? More original, more moving, more incisive? I have.

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