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Sarah Howe

Scottish Poetry Library Podcast

In this podcast, the T.S. Eliot Prize-winning poet Sarah Howe talks to Jennifer Williams about kicking off the 2016 Edinburgh International Book Festival, writing with multiple languages and alphabets, sense and non-sense in poetry and much more. Sarah Howe is a British poet, academic and editor. Her first book, Loop of Jade (Chatto & Windus, 2015), won the T.S. Eliot Prize and The Sunday Times / PFD Young Writer of the Year Award, and was shortlisted for the Seamus Heaney Centre Poetry Prize and the Forward Prize for Best First Collection. Born in Hong Kong in 1983 to an English father and Chinese mother, she moved to England as a child. Her pamphlet, A Certain Chinese Encyclopedia (Tall-lighthouse, 2009), won an Eric Gregory Award from the Society of Authors. Her poems have appeared in journals including Poetry Review, Poetry London, The Guardian, The Financial Times, Ploughshares and Poetry, and she has performed her work at festivals internationally and on BBC Radio 3 & 4.If you would prefer to read, rather than listen to, our podcast with Sarah Howe, click here to see a transcript of the interview.

41mins

12 Aug 2022

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Sarah Howe (The Scheme Queen) & The Ladies Deposit Company

Not Another True Crime Podcast

In this episode, Sara and Danny take it all the way back to eighth grade Social Studies and recount the story of the woman who started a Ponzi scheme before it was even a thing. Howe launched a ‘charity’ to help unmarried women (aka Unprotected Females aka millennial Girl Bosses) and got them to make small donations to help her Swanky Bank. Her #gatekeeping was so successful that male reporters literally couldn’t even get inside her building when her business endeavors got suspicious. Unfortunately she wasn’t a #womanhelpingwomen; when her clients demanded their money back, Howe couldn’t pay them back. Then, the NY Times claimed that women shouldn’t be trusted with money. But Howe was anything but stupid. Finally, Sara and Danny finish things off with some trivia: Sarah Howe did it happen? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

46mins

18 Jul 2022

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363 - Living Beautifully In Christ: A Conversation with Jonathan & Sarah Howe

The Thriving Christian Artist

I don’t believe that the Lord wants us to live lives of misery, scraping by and struggling.  Instead, He wants us to live abundantly and beautifully in this world He has created for us. That’s why it’s great to see a couple like Jonathan and Sarah Howe, living that life together as a prime example of God’s kingdom here on Earth.  Jonathan and Sarah have been full-time artists since they got married over a decade ago, making their living and thriving on their art - even with the ups and downs of the world around them.   They homeschool their two daughters, so every day their house is filled with family, art, creativity, love, and God’s presence in abundance.  If you aren’t sure that your art can support your family, or you’re afraid of stepping out as an entrepreneur, or you feel like you don’t know how to adjust your business to get through the turmoil the world can throw at you, listen to Jonathan and Sarah in this episode of the Thriving Christian Artist podcast.  Let their example of living beautifully put your heart and mind at ease.  Want to see what Jonathan and Sarah are doing with their art?  You can see what they’re up to here:  https://www.jonathanhowefineart.com/ https://www.instagram.com/jonathanhowefineart/ https://www.instagram.com/sarahdhowe/====================When you’re ready to stop striving and start thriving, here are 4 other ways I can help: 1️⃣ Join Us in November - Every artist was created by God to create with Him to both experience and release His Light and Life through their creative expression. Join us for a powerful 3-day healing event for artists called the “Unlocking the Heart of the Artist Experience” where you can do just that! Click here to learn more  ➡️  https://matttommeymentoring.mykajabi.com/unlocking-20222️⃣ Unlock Your Heart:  Are you ready to begin a journey of healing and wholeness that will yield deeper Spirit-led creativity and personal fulfillment?  I’ll show you how in the 10th anniversary revised edition of “Unlocking the Heart of the Artist!” Grab the book, ebook, or audio on Amazon ➡️ https://www.amazon.com/dp/14609302583️⃣  Connect with God: Discover how to connect with the Lord and discover His intention for you and your art in His Kingdom in my course, How to Connect with God to Create & Sell Your Art. Get more details here ➡️  https://thrive.matttommeymentoring.com/how-to-connect 4️⃣  Ready to truly thrive?  Join the Created to Thrive Artist Mentoring Program to discover how to build your art business and live the abundant life Jesus promised you as an artist in His Kingdom! Click here for details and to enroll!  ➡️  https://www.matttommeymentoring.com/artmentor.htmlThanks for listening!  You can also watch this podcast on YouTube at youtube.com/matttommeymentoring.  Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss an episode!===========Connect with Matt online: https://thrive.matttommeymentoring.com/stay-connected

32mins

5 Jul 2022

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Episode Five: Sarah Howe, Philip Sidney, and Lucy

Not Knowing About Poetry

Lucy and Joel discuss Sarah Howe's poem 'The Countess of Pembroke's Arcadia' (from *A Loop of Jade*) and a letter from Sir Philip Sidney. 

1hr 2mins

22 Jan 2021

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Maureen N. McLane and Sarah Howe

London Review Bookshop Podcast

Across five collections, Maureen N. McLane's poetry has won admirers for its distinctive mix of the humourous and the cerebral, a voice the London Review of Books described as ‘Somewhere between teenage fangirl and Wordsworth professor.’ The best of those five collections is now gathered in her first selected, What I'm Looking For (Penguin).McLane was at the shop to read from and discuss her work with poet and critic Sarah Howe, whose collection Loop of Jade won the 2015 T.S. Eliot prize. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

56mins

19 Aug 2020

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Ponzi Hustles: SheFraudster Sarah Howe & The Billionaire Boys Club

The Hustle Podcast with Jess & Kris

Jess is on the run from a hurricane on the East Coast, and Kristin shares the story of white people calling the cops on whales. "Stupid whales!" Jess shares the story of she-fraudster Sarah Howe who played on women's charitable tendencies and took them for all their worth. And Kris shares the story of double-crossing in the Billionaire Boys Club, which may or may not end in murder.

1hr 8mins

18 Oct 2018

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Jane Yeh talks to Sarah Howe

The Poetry Society

The prize-wining American poet Jane Yeh, author of Marabou and The Ninjas (both Carcanet) talks to Sarah Howe, co-editor of the winter issue of The Poetry Review. They discuss Yeh’s use of dramatic monologue and the often fantastical personas she adopts (ninjas, rabbits, androids) to hilarious effect. “I think of Oscar Wilde’s phrase, ‘the truth of masks’ – how when you wear a mask it reveals your identity in a way,” Yeh explains. They also discuss contemporary art, installations and film and influences such as Amy Woolard, Stephen Burt, Lucie Brock-Broido and the work of fellow-writers Safiya Sinclair, Ocean Vuong and Timothy Donnelly. Yeh reads her poems ‘Rabbit Empire’ and ‘A Short History of Patience’, first published in The Poetry Review. To connect with more poetry, visit poetrysociety.org.uk

21mins

17 Feb 2017

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Tidings: Ruth Padel and Sarah Howe

London Review Bookshop Podcast

In this podcast, Ruth Padel reads from and discusses her new long poem, 'Tidings', a Christmas tale featuring a little girl, a homeless man and a fox, that takes us on a journey from Australia to London and New York via Rome and Bethlehem, She is in conversation with fellow poet Sarah Howe. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

44mins

13 Dec 2016

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Sarah Howe

Scottish Poetry Library Podcast

In this podcast, the poet Sarah Howe talks to Jennifer Williams about kicking off the 2016 Edinburgh International Book Festival, writing with multiple languages and alphabets, sense and non-sense in poetry and much more. http://sarahhowepoetry.com/home.htmlSarah Howe is a British poet, academic and editor. Her first book, Loop of Jade (Chatto & Windus, 2015), won the T.S. Eliot Prize and The Sunday Times / PFD Young Writer of the Year Award, and was shortlisted for the Seamus Heaney Centre Poetry Prize and the Forward Prize for Best First Collection. Born in Hong Kong in 1983 to an English father and Chinese mother, she moved to England as a child. Her pamphlet, A Certain Chinese Encyclopedia (Tall-lighthouse, 2009), won an Eric Gregory Award from the Society of Authors.Her poems have appeared in journals including Poetry Review, Poetry London, The Guardian, The Financial Times, Ploughshares and Poetry, as well as anthologies such as Ten: The New Wave and four editions of The Best British Poetry. She has performed her work at festivals internationally and on BBC Radio 3 & 4. She is the founding editor of Prac Crit, an online journal of poetry and criticism.Previous fellowships include a Research Fellowship at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, a Hawthornden Fellowship, the Harper-Wood Studentship for English Poetry and a Fellowship at Harvard University’s Radcliffe Institute. Find out more about her latest academic projects here. She is currently a Leverhulme Fellow in English at University College London.Photo credit: Hayley Madden

41mins

22 Sep 2016

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Sarah Howe and William Letford (2016 Event)

2016 Edinburgh International Book Festival (edbookfest)

Roots and Roofs: New British Poetry We're thrilled to open the Festival with two of the most powerful young voices in British poetry. Sarah Howe's debut collection Loop of Jade won this year's T S Eliot Prize for Poetry and was described as ‘original, exquisite, erudite and adventurous.’ Stirling-born William Letford has been dubbed by Guardian critic Nicholas Lezard as 'the new Scottish genius'. He launches his highly anticipated second collection, Dirt.

53mins

7 Sep 2016