Burning Hot, Not Burned Out - Emily Berry - 5 June 2022
St Aldates Talks & Sermons
We can’t pray come Holy Spirit if we’re not prepared to go with the Holy Spirit. But the Spirit gives us power and boldness and freedom to go where he leads us. Let’s be re-filled with the presence of the Spirit this Pentecost as we walk with integrity in our daily lives.
New episodes in March! For now, a rerun: This week Audrey Moore talks with actress Emily Berry about how she quit acting, and then came back with new passion and a new casting...and started booking like crazy! SPONSORS: Greg Safel - Voice Lessons and Singing Lessons - www.SingingLessonsLosAngeles.com www.WeAudition.com - Promo Code Audrey25 for 25% off! Credits: Host: Audrey Moore Produced by Jesse Lumen Edited by Taylor Martorana Mixed by Thomas Snodgrass This episode's show music by Ari de Niro Special thanks to Thomas Snodgrass for assistance with microphones, Aalok Mehta and 108 Hill for help with the theme song. Other music and sound fx provided by Audio 4 Video, AR Sound, Sound Effects Public Domain, Ross Bugden and SFX and GFX.
In their funny and thought-provoking conversation by telephone, celebrated American poet Mary Ruefle and Review editor Emily Berry discuss starting poems and first lines; working to commission and no longer facing the blank page; writing letters, writing prose, humour and sadness and not being afraid of the latter; pins, paper clips, swimming and getting comfortable with what we don't know... Poetry is to be experienced as a phenomenon on earth, Ruefle says, “[it] is not be understood… it’s a little scary but it’s a matter of letting go”. She gives wonderful readings of her poems in the Review summer 2021 issue: ‘Lament’, ‘Conflict’, ‘My Life as a Scholar’ and ‘Empathy of Cod’.