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Artemis Speaks

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Donna Polsenso & Richard HensleyWelcome to our podcast. Today I will be interviewing a dynamic couple who have influenced the world of ceramics for over half a century. Donna Polseno and Richard Hensley met in graduate school and moved to Floyd
Cathryn Hankla is the author of over a dozen books in three genres, the most recent of which is the memoir Lost Places: On Losing and Finding Home and poetry collections Galaxies and Great Bear. Two collections are forthcoming from Mercer Unive
"Till Death Do Us Part"2015 Pulitzer Prize Gold Medal for Public ServiceDoug Pardue was the lead reporter on a four-member team at The Post & Courier in Charleston, South Carolina that won the 2015 Pulitzer Prize Gold Medal for Public Service,
Jeffrey W. Allison is the Paul Mellon Collection Educator and Director, Statewide Programs and Exhibitions at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and played an instrumental role in designing and implementing VMFA on the Road: which was launched in
Bill White Artist  Owner and artist, Bill White spent 39 years as a Professor of Painting at Hollins University in Roanoke, VA.  He has received grants from the Cabell, Mellon & Ford Foundations and in 2012 was honored with the Kendig Individua
Uniting his own combat experience with those of other veterans, Bill Glose examines the lasting effects of battle and injuries often invisible to the naked eye. Bill Glose is a former paratrooper and combat veteran. The author of five poetry bo
Donna Polseno is a sculptor and potter living in the mountains of southwest Virginia. Donna will be featured on our next 2021 Artemis cover to be released in June. She graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design and has been honored with 2
                       Winner of "Women Hold Up Half the Sky" SciFi Contest                                           "Never turn your back on water"                                                          by Courtney WatsonPartnering with Los
Artemis is pleased to have acclaimed poet, Nikki Giovanni to join our publication. She has been awarded an unprecedented 7 NAACP Image Awards, nominated for a Grammy; has been a finalist for the National Book Award, authored 3 New York Times an
A natural blend of Music and PoetryIn this podcast, Host, Jeri Rogers will be speaking with a composer, musician, whose music, Slow Down is our Podcast theme song.Jordan Harman creates music with soul that retains a unique style pulling you in
This past fall, Justin published his first collection of poetry and short stories, every grain of sand, expanding his artistic reach from his  currently-paused career as a stage manager on Broadway.We talk to Justin about turning this corner an
Dr. Molly O'Dell, Doctor and poetAfter an incredible career practicing medicine and public health, Molly decided to retire from full time work in 2016. The change was wonderful and she quickly adjusted to what it means not to hurry. When SARS C
Robert Bersson and Jack Greer  are the editors of the new book Better with Age: Creativity, Discovery & Surprise, a compilation of essays and reflections about experiences with aging. Bersson is an emeritus professor at James Madison University
Ayn Cates Sullivan, MA, MFA, Ph.D. is an award-winning, best-selling mystical author. Weaving ancient wisdom traditions together with mystical experience, Dr Sullivan focuses on mythology, folklore and envisioning a new humanity. Her books incl
Letter from Jeri Rogers, Editor, Artemishttp://www.artemisjournal.org As 2020 comes to a close, I want to remember a poet and dear friend of Artemis who passed. Frances Curtis Barnhart was known and loved by many in the Artemis Community. In ye
Professor Gallo's teaching interests include creative writing and modern and contemporary literature.  Four volumes of Louis Gallo’s poetry, Archaeology, Scherzo Furiant, Crash and Clearing the Attic, are now available.  Two forthcoming volumes
Silvie is a working studio potter living in Floyd, Virginia. Her work is in the Collections of:The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, MN, Mint Museum, Charlotte, NC, Museum of Ceramic Art, Alfred University, Alfred, NY, Art Museum of Western Virgin
Governor Ralph Northam recently appointed Luisa A. Igloria as the 20th Poet Laureate of Virginia,  with a two year term. Originally from Baguio City in the Philippines, she is the author of 14 books of poetry and 4 chapbooks. Luisa has four dau
Join the conversation with Zephren and Page Turner, Artemis Art and Layout Editors on the process of creating a literary and art journal. Get to know the Turners who share in the creative process of layout for Artemis Journal. Topics range from
BACK IN 1977 I WAS INTRODUCED TO DOROTHY GILLESPIE, an American artist and sculptor who became known for her large and colorful abstract metal sculptures. SHE supported our fledgling idea of starting a feminist literary and art journal by donat
As Poet Laureate of Virginia 2014-2016, Ron Smith has authored several books of poetry. Running Again in Hollywood Cementry appeared this year from MadHat Press. Ron’s other books are Moon Road, Its Ghostly Workshop, and The Humility of the Bru
Carolyn Kreiter-Foronda ​served as Poet Laureate of Virginia from 2006-2008.​ She is the recipient of a Council for Basic Education Fellowship, three Artist-in-Education grants and an Arts-on-the-Road grant from the Virginia Commission for the
Jeanne Larsen is a poet, translator, novelist essayist, and sometimes short fiction writer. Jeanne has a long history/herstory with Artemis Journal, starting in the 1980's while teaching at Hollins University. She has been published in Artemis
Our first podcast will feature the acclaimed poet,Nikki Giovanni In this podcast, Jeri Rogers, Editor of Artemis interviews Ms. Giovanni. Nikki's poem "Vote" opens up the 2020 Artemis. She explains why she wrote this poem on this memorable date
By making this a more beautiful world, Artemis Speaks invites you to join our podcast twice a month where we interview writers and artists who have been published in the Artemis Journal. Our first kickoff podcast will feature acclaimed poet, Ni
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