Room in Brooklyn/A Gradual Dazzle: Anne Carson and Caroline Shaw
Anne Carson's poem and Caroline Shaw's mesmerizing setting of it meditate on the feeling of being in and out of time.The recording of the song, which appears on the album Let The Soil Play Its Simple Part (Nonesuch, 2021), features Caroline Shaw and Sō Percussion (Eric Cha-Beach, Josh Quillen, Adam Sliwinski, and Jason Treuting).
Anne Carson & E. M. Forster ✿ Episode 28 ✿ Roses All Trash Podcast ✿ Read-Community
Roses All Trash
Week 2, July 2021: "The Horror of Interpersonal relationships" #ReadCommunity This week, we read "The Beauty of the Husband" by Anne Carson and "Maurice" by E. M. Forster. Read along (with members in 13+ countries!) at linktr.ee/readcommunity 💗 - #ROSESALLTRASH PODCAST: What does a justice-informed, justice-oriented lifestyle actually look like? How do collectivists conceptualize the self? Where's the emotion in leftist action? Ryen and Katherine do the work in real-time: every episode, we puzzle out power structures in economy, beauty, and media. Follow our Instagram accounts: @rosesalltrash @rrryen @katherine.shark--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/roses-all-trash/support
Shade I've Dealt With Today: Shade inside my trash can full of dark chocolate wrappers, shade in my new lip balm box, on whale skin scars, shade inside my own stomach, shade in between my lips and those blankets, fuzzy shade forcing its way out from under my dying dill plant, shade under my mouth on the phone, shade under a printout I made of Louise Lasser, shade beneath lost items. LINKS:Check out my show at Moskowitz Bayse Gallery in Los Angeles: http://www.moskowitzbayse.comCheck out the profile of my life in the studio during the pandemic: https://inglettgallery.viewingrooms.com/viewing-room/My shop! https://www.robynoneil.com/shopMe on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/robyn_oneil/?hl=enHandwritten Notes: https://www.instagram.com/handwrittennotesontv/
For the first time in the How to Proceed podcast, we have not only one guest, but two! Namely poet and classicist Anne Carson and her partner and collaborator, Robert Currie. Together, they talk to guest moderator John Freeman about translating words into other forms, about love, about the color red - and green, and about the strangeness of working in a new landscape.Be sure to check out our show notes for this episode here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Anne Carson - Autobiography of Red (Book Recommendation #1)
Me Reading Stuff
TOTAL THINGS KNOWN ABOUT GERYON:He loved lightning He lived on an island His mother was a Nymph of a river that ran to the sea His father was a gold Cutting took Old scholia say that Stesichoros says that Geryon had six hands and six feet and wings He was red and His strange red cattle excited envy Herakles came and Killed him for his cattleThe dog too-Anne Carson, Autobiography of RedLINKS:Buy this book here: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/24642/autobiography-of-red-by-anne-carson/Visit my shop here: https://www.robynoneil.com/shopSee my solo exhibition here: https://inmangallery.viewingrooms.com/viewing-room/9-robyn-o-neil-in-pieces-on-fire/Search ME READING STUFF for more Anne Carson here: https://mereadingstuff.podomatic.com
Thinking about fungi differently; passports in the time of COVID-19; Anne Carson's poetry
The Sunday Magazine
Listen to The Sunday Edition with guest host Kevin Sylvester:How fungi make life as we know it possible: 00:00:29:274COVID-19 is changing the value of passports: 00:25:48:738The catastrophic poetry of Anne Carson (reprise): 00:45:38:448
The Poetry Vlog (TPV): A Poetry, Arts, & Social Justice Teaching Channel
In this segment of Patrick and Pop Music, Patrick breaks down the catchy perfection of Robyn’s latest viral single, “Missing U.” Patrick takes us along on his music and lyrics analysis journey, starting with who Robyn and you might be missing through Anne Carson, Marcel Duchamp, Cole Swensen, Pierre Bonnard, and more. Basically: heartbreak, glass metaphors, dancing beats, and where pop culture and poetry intersect. More on Patrick -- Patrick Milian is a David A. Robertson Fellow, doctoral candidate, and teacher at the University of Washington where he also received his MFA. He has been a William Ralph Wayland Fellow, the recipient of a grant from the Klepser Endowment, and winner of the Richard J. Dunn Teaching Award. His poetry and creative non-fiction have appeared in Denver Quarterly, Fourteen Hills, Mid-American Review, The Offing, and The Seattle Review, for which he was a Pushcart Prize nominee. ● The Poetry Vlog is a YouTube Channel and Podcast dedicated to building social justice coalitions through poetry, pop culture, cultural studies, and related arts dialogues. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to join our fast-growing arts & scholarship community (youtube.com/c/thepoetryvlog?sub_confirmation=1). Connect with us on Instagram (instagram.com/thepoetryvlog), Twitter (twitter.com/thepoetryvlog), Facebook (facebook.com/thepoetryvlog), and our website (thepoetryvlog.com).--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Lecture On The History Of Skywriting: a reading by Anne Carson
London Review Bookshop Podcast
A very special evening at the Bookshop poet, playwright and translator Anne Carson. With Robert Currie and Ben Whishaw, Anne performed Lecture On The History Of Skywriting, a piece originally commissioned by Laurie Anderson for New York Live Ideas. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.