Tag Archives: Poet

#015 – Dan Boehl

Kings Flag, by Jonathan Marshall. 2010, cotton, 35 x 60 inches.

In this new episode of Phoned-In, Dan Boehl reads from his new book Kings of The F**King Sea and talks to Luke Degnan about his collaboration with Jonathan Marshall, censorship, and Spiderman 3. Listen here!

Dan Boehl is a founding editor of Birds, LLC, an independent poetry publisher, which put out his book Kings of the F**king Sea, and will publish Emily Pettit’s Goat in the Snow and Dan Magers’ Partyknife this winter. His chapbook Les Miseres et les Mal-Heurs de la Guerre is available from Greying Ghost. He writes art reviews in Austin and works for the University of Texas.

#008 – CAConrad

In episode 8 of Phoned In, BOMB Magazine’s poetry reading by phone podcast, CAConrad reads from The Book of Frank and The City Real & Imagined. Click through for an Q&A where he and Luke Degnan discuss Philadelphia, (Soma)tic Poetry, and why it’s necessary to ignore advice from older poets. Here it is!

CAConrad is the author of The Book of Frank (Wave Books, 2010), and a collaboration with poet Frank Sherlock, The City Real & Imagined (Factory School, 2010).  He is also the author of Advanced Elvis Course (Soft Skull Press, 2009), (Soma)tic Midge (Faux Press, 2008), and Deviant Propulsion (Soft Skull Press, 2006).  The son of white trash asphyxiation, his childhood included selling cut flowers along the highway for his mother and helping her shoplift.  Visit him online at http://CAConrad.blogspot.com or with his friends at http://PhillySound.blogspot.com

#002 – Jack Christian

This second episode of Phoned-In, our poetry-reading-by-phone podcast, features a reading by Jack Christian. Click through to listen and read a short Q&A in which he and Luke Degnan discuss Southern culture and preschool sculpture. Click through for more…

Jack Christian is the author of the chapbook Let’s Collaborate from Magic Helicopter Press. His poems are upcoming in Web Conjunctions and have appeared recently on the web in Drunken Boat, Sixth Finch, Ink Node, I Thought I was New Here, and Cimarron Review. He is from Richmond, Virginia and lives now in Northampton, Massachusetts.

#001 – Frances Justine Post

This first episode of Phoned-In, our poetry-reading-by-phone podcast, features a reading by Frances Justine Post. Click through to listen and read a short Q&A in which she and Luke Degnan discuss Rilke and the afterlife. Click through for more…

Frances Justine Post is a recipient of the 2008 “Discovery” / The Boston Review Poetry Prize and is currently a Writer-in-Residence at the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in The Kenyon Review, The Boston Review, The Massachusetts Review, Western Humanities Review, and others. She lives in Manhattan.