Passion on the Page

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Recorded live at the Poetry Open-Mic at Walls of Books in Washington, DC on Friday, December 8th, 2017. aois21 Publisher Keith F. Shovlin reads a poem by William Butler Yeats. This is the fifth of several episodes from the evening presentation,
Recorded live at the Poetry Open-Mic at Walls of Books in Washington, DC on Friday, December 8th, 2017. aois21 Creative Bianca Palmisano reads her poem Future. This is the fourth of several episodes from the evening presentation, part of aois21
This guest episode features the poem We're Calling by Jeff Hood. Visit audio.aois21.com to sign up to be a guest contributor. This episode is sponsored through Patreon by Barbara Dickinson. Find us on Soundcloud, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher Radi
This episode we have a new work by aois21 Creative Michael B. Judkins, author of Interlude to Sentimental Me! Judkins will be in the DC area in mid-May, appearing at Walls of Books for the poetry open mic, then at the Gaithersburg Book Festival
It’s another guest episode of the podcast as we welcome back Regina Gale with her piece of reflection entitled “My House Too.” This podcast is brought to you by Audible. Visit audibletrial.com/aois21 and receive one month free on the world’s la
Recorded live at the Poetry Open-Mic at Walls of Books in Washington, DC on Friday, December 8th, 2017. aois21 Creative Bianca Palmisano reads her poem Dateable. This is the third of several episodes from the evening presentation, part of aois2
This is a Creative Inspiration episode, unfortunately inspired by current events once again, as aois21 Publisher Keith F. Shovlin reads the poem America is a Gun by Brian Bilston. For more on the poem, read this article on it from The Odyssey O
In this guest episode, Poet Eric Weiskott reads a series of short poems built on the concept of time. Visit audio.aois21.com if you would like to be a guest poet. Find Passion on the Page on Soundcloud, Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher Rad
Recorded live at the Poetry Open-Mic at Walls of Books in Washington, DC on Friday, December 8th. Hannah Rousselot reads five of her poems back to back. This is the second of several episodes from the evening presentation, part of aois21's #Giv
Recorded live at the Poetry Open-Mic at Walls of Books in Washington, DC on Friday, December 8th. Emcee Bianca Palmisano reads one of her poems to kick off the evening. This is the first of several episodes from the evening presentation, part o
In this holiday episode, aois21 Publisher Keith F. Shovlin reads William Bradford's Faith of the Pilgrims. We at aois21 hope you and your family, either by blood or by choice, had a loving and festive Thanksgiving celebration, and wish to embra
This episode, we welcome guest poet Jeff Hood reading his poem She’s Coming, with a message about respect for our planet. If you’re interested in being a guest poet, visit media.aois21.com. We issued the challenge, now we need your support! Re
aois21 Creative Michael B. Judkins returns with one of his poems performed with music, as it appears on his album, Michael Scene One Poetic Expression.
Another U.S. Holiday is upon us, so we have another holiday episode, this time featuring the poem Labor Day by Joseph Millar. Find out more about it here: http://www.americanlifeinpoetry.org/columns/detail/440 If you’re interested in being a gu
Our Tribute to those lost and injured during the events in Charlottesville on August 12, 2017. For more on this poem and it's author, visit the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. https://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/article.php?ModuleId=1000739
This episode we welcome guest poet Regina Gale and her poem Sometimes He Buys Me Grapes, from her collection of the same name. Support this podcast and help "Rekindle the Passion" by visiting the aois21 page on Patreon.
In honor of July 4th, aois21 staff and creatives read the Declaration of Independence. Support the podcast on Patreon.com/aois21 and let's keep it going! Find the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher Radio, Google Play, Tune In, and media.aois21
aois21 Creative Bianca Palmisano returns with a poem from her new collection, Will This be on the Final?, soon to be available in paperback from Lulu.com. If you’re interested in being a guest poet, visit media.aois21.com. We issued the challen
Guest poet Eric Weiskott reads his poem Scratch, inspired by a quote by Carl Sagan. Help Rekindle the Passion! Support the podcast on Patreon.com/aois21 and let's keep it going! Find the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher Radio, Google Play, T
Guest Katie Hogue returns to read a poem written in honor of friend Kylie Elizabeth McConnell. This beautiful remembrance appeared in the 2016 aois21 annual. If you’re interested in being a guest poet, visit media.aois21.com. We issued the chal
It’s a holiday episode as we celebrate Presidents Day with some Presidential poetry, written by George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and Barack Obama, read by aois21 Creatives. If you’re interested in being a guest poet, visit media.aois21.com.
In this Creative Inspiration episode, aois21 Publisher Keith F. Shovlin reads the lyrics to the hit song by Nobel Laureate Bob Dylan and discusses he larger context as they can be currently applied.
aois21 Creative Michael B. Judkins brings you his latest piece I Stand, about the strength in nature and the imagery of a willow tree. Pick up his latest collection, Interlude to Sentimental Me!, from Amazon, the aois21 market, and everywhere e
It's time for another special holiday episode of Passion on the Page, and Paul Dickinson Russell returns to read "To Winter" by William Blake.
Guest P.M. Mathis returns to Passion on the Page to read her poem, A Girl With a Book, an ode to her love of reading. If you’re interested in being a guest poet, visit media.aois21.com. Subscribe to the podcast on Soundcloud, iTunes, Stitcher R
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