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Spider Brown and Lose Weight Like Me Brown and Kathleen Fraser #42

Evolve Achieve THRIVE

LOSE WEIGHT LIKE MEIn 2020 Umar was handpicked to be a Coach on the Channel 4 TV show, Lose Weight Like Me. The person who chose him to be his Transformation Coach was our guest for this episode, Kathleen Fraser.The moment this podcast starts, you know that Kathleen is all about good vibes only. Her energy is infectious and inspiring, and we can't wait for you to hear about her journey under Umar's guidance, in which she's lost 3 stones/19 kilos/42lbs to date.Our chat included the following:- Kathleen's story before deciding she wanted to get into shape- What was the trigger to get back into shape?- How she came to be on Lose Weight Like Me- Why she chose to work with Umar- Why dieting doesn't work- "It's not a diet for me, it's a way of life."- Committing to the process- "It's not about the scales."- Living a crazy busy life is no excuse for not succeeding- There's no other route but hard work and commitment- "You have to do it for YOU."- Love is the base- and much moreThank you for tuning in!Follow the show on Instagram: https://instagram.com/evolveachievethriveFollow Gurinder: https://instagram.com/gsandhucoachFollow Umar: https://instagram.com/umarmalik_91If you enjoy this episode, please share it with your friends and leave a 5* rating & review to help us get the show out there for more people like you to enjoy.Subscribe to the show for regular episode updates - we've got more awesome conversations coming up for your listening pleasure!

1hr 28mins

15 Feb 2021

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Feb 24, 2013: Kathleen Fraser, part 3

Poet as Radio

We continue our discussion about collage and books written in collaboration with artists; Kathleen reads from "hi dde violeth i dde violet" (from her recent book moveable TYYPE) and gives us a history of her ground-breaking journal HOW(ever).

59mins

2 Mar 2013

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Feb 17, 2013: Kathleen Fraser, part 2

Poet as Radio

Kathleen reads from the sequence "Surveillance" from Moveable TYYPE, discusses collage, George Oppen, and her time spent as a young poet in New York.

58mins

17 Feb 2013

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Feb 10, 2013: Kathleen Fraser, Part 1

Poet as Radio

We aired and discussed the first part of our interview with Kathleen Fraser. Kathleen talks about writing in response/in communication with visual art and artists, and reads her prose poem Boundayr.

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11 Feb 2013

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Kathleen Fraser - Lunch Poems

Poetry (Audio)

Kathleen Fraser’s newest collection, m o v a b l e TYYPE, foregrounds texts from four recently produced Artist Books. Her collected essays, Translating the Unspeakable: Poetry and the Innovative Necessity, is in its second printing. She edited and co-founded the journal HOW(ever) and in 2001, launched its on-line version, How2. While director of The Poetry Center, Fraser founded The American Poetry Archives at San Francisco State University where she taught in the Graduate Writing Program for 20 years. Her honors include a Guggenheim Fellowship and two NEA fellowships. She has published 16 volumes of poetry and seven collaborative Artist Books, recently collected by the Bienecke Library at Yale. Her work has been translated widely in Italian and French. Series: "Lunch Poems Reading Series" [Humanities] [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 24346]

49mins

14 Jan 2013

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Kathleen Fraser - Lunch Poems

Poetry (Audio)

Kathleen Fraser’s newest collection, m o v a b l e TYYPE, foregrounds texts from four recently produced Artist Books. Her collected essays, Translating the Unspeakable: Poetry and the Innovative Necessity, is in its second printing. She edited and co-founded the journal HOW(ever) and in 2001, launched its on-line version, How2. While director of The Poetry Center, Fraser founded The American Poetry Archives at San Francisco State University where she taught in the Graduate Writing Program for 20 years. Her honors include a Guggenheim Fellowship and two NEA fellowships. She has published 16 volumes of poetry and seven collaborative Artist Books, recently collected by the Bienecke Library at Yale. Her work has been translated widely in Italian and French. Series: "Lunch Poems Reading Series" [Humanities] [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 24346]

49mins

14 Jan 2013

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Kathleen Fraser - Lunch Poems

Writers (Audio)

Kathleen Fraser’s newest collection, m o v a b l e TYYPE, foregrounds texts from four recently produced Artist Books. Her collected essays, Translating the Unspeakable: Poetry and the Innovative Necessity, is in its second printing. She edited and co-founded the journal HOW(ever) and in 2001, launched its on-line version, How2. While director of The Poetry Center, Fraser founded The American Poetry Archives at San Francisco State University where she taught in the Graduate Writing Program for 20 years. Her honors include a Guggenheim Fellowship and two NEA fellowships. She has published 16 volumes of poetry and seven collaborative Artist Books, recently collected by the Bienecke Library at Yale. Her work has been translated widely in Italian and French. Series: "Lunch Poems Reading Series" [Humanities] [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 24346]

49mins

14 Jan 2013

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Episode 13 - a discussion of Kathleen Fraser's "The Cars"

PoemTalk at the Writers House

Al Filreis, C.A. Conrad, Kristen Gallagher, and Jessica Lowenthal discuss Kathleen Fraser's "The Cars"

25mins

12 Jan 2009