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Latest Episodes

Winning Grants to Fund Your Work Featuring Cameron Barnett [#14]

In this episode, Kelly and Rose interview Cameron Barnett, a poet and teacher in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Cameron’s poetry explores the complexity of race and the body for a black man in today’s America. He is the author of “The Drowning Boy's Guide to Water,” winner of the Autumn House Press 2017 Rising Writer Contest, and finalist for the 49th NAACP Image Awards for Outstanding Literary Work in Poetry. His work also has been nominated for a 2016 Pushcart Prize, as well as other awards.

35 MIN2 w ago
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Winning Grants to Fund Your Work Featuring Cameron Barnett [#14]

Starting a Literary Journal [#13]

Thinking of starting your own literary journal? In this episode, Kelly and Rose discuss the origins of POP - what's worked, what's failed miserably, and what keeps the journal going. Don't forget to rate, subscribe, and review, and send your questions/comments to prettyowlpoetry@gmail.com!

30 MINSEP 9
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Starting a Literary Journal [#13]

POPcast Turns 1! [#12]

Happy birthday to us! In this episode, Rose and Kelly reflect on a year of podcasting, the origins of POP, and what's yet to come. Have a suggestion for an upcoming episode? Email us at prettyowlpoetry@gmail.com. APOLOGY: We forgive the sound quality of this episode. As you can hear from our discussion, we're not masters of audio. We will get this fixed for episode #13!

28 MINAUG 28
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POPcast Turns 1! [#12]

Writing Your Past with Wheeler Light [#11]

This episode features a special guest: past contributor Wheeler Light! Wheeler visited Kelly in Pittsburgh, which gave she and Rose an opportunity to interview him about all things poetry. In this episode, he discusses writing about your past (especially when it's complex) and how he manages a lit mag while also writing his poems.

38 MINJUL 13
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Writing Your Past with Wheeler Light [#11]

Day-Job Writing, Side Hustles & More [#10]

Today’s episode is all about professional writing: whether you do it as a day job or you freelance. Kelly and Rose discuss how they write for a living without burning out and provide tips for making time for side hustles -- while also charging more for them.

35 MINJUN 16
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Day-Job Writing, Side Hustles & More [#10]

Writing about Gender Identity Ft. S. Brook Corfman [#9]

In this episode, Kelly and Rose interview S. Brook Corfman, author of “Luxury, Blue Lace,” chosen by Richard Siken for the Autumn House Rising Writer Prize, and two chapbooks: the letterpress “Meteorites” from DoubleCross Press and the digital collection of performance pieces “The Anima” forthcoming from GaussPDF. Sam has received grants and fellowships from Lambda Literary, the Vermont Studio Center, and the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council, recent work has appeared in DIAGRAM, Indiana Review, Muzzle, The Offing, Territory, and Quarterly West (Best of the Net Nomination), among other places. Born and raised in Chicago, Sam now lives in a turret in Pittsburgh.

42 MINMAY 21
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Writing about Gender Identity Ft. S. Brook Corfman [#9]

The World of Chapbooks [#8]

In this episode, Rose picks Kelly’s brain about the world of chapbooks. From writing, to editing, to publishing, Kelly shares her experiences with chapbooks and how they’ve helped her get on the map as an established writer.

24 MINAPR 8
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The World of Chapbooks [#8]

POPCraft: Tarot for Poets [#7]

We have big news! We're adding a new feature to our website called ... POPcraft: Tarot for Poets. Kim Grabowski Strayer, former POP contributor, is in the midst of creating writing prompts based off of tarot card spreads, and they will be featured on the POP website! We’ll also soon be accepting submissions of these prompts, so listen to this episode to learn more.

18 MINFEB 26
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POPCraft: Tarot for Poets [#7]

Lit Reading Etiquette [#6]

About to go to your first literary reading? Need tips on how to listen or be a reader? Kelly and Rose go over everything you need to know about literary readings in this episode.

36 MINJAN 21
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Lit Reading Etiquette [#6]

All About MFAs [#5]

Are you applying to an MFA program? In this episode, Kelly and Rose discuss the ins and outs of how to pursue a degree in creative writing. If you're on the fence about applying or don't know what program to pick, this is an episode you shouldn't miss.

41 MIN2018 NOV 7
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All About MFAs [#5]

Latest Episodes

Winning Grants to Fund Your Work Featuring Cameron Barnett [#14]

In this episode, Kelly and Rose interview Cameron Barnett, a poet and teacher in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Cameron’s poetry explores the complexity of race and the body for a black man in today’s America. He is the author of “The Drowning Boy's Guide to Water,” winner of the Autumn House Press 2017 Rising Writer Contest, and finalist for the 49th NAACP Image Awards for Outstanding Literary Work in Poetry. His work also has been nominated for a 2016 Pushcart Prize, as well as other awards.

35 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Winning Grants to Fund Your Work Featuring Cameron Barnett [#14]

Starting a Literary Journal [#13]

Thinking of starting your own literary journal? In this episode, Kelly and Rose discuss the origins of POP - what's worked, what's failed miserably, and what keeps the journal going. Don't forget to rate, subscribe, and review, and send your questions/comments to prettyowlpoetry@gmail.com!

30 MINSEP 9
Comments
Starting a Literary Journal [#13]

POPcast Turns 1! [#12]

Happy birthday to us! In this episode, Rose and Kelly reflect on a year of podcasting, the origins of POP, and what's yet to come. Have a suggestion for an upcoming episode? Email us at prettyowlpoetry@gmail.com. APOLOGY: We forgive the sound quality of this episode. As you can hear from our discussion, we're not masters of audio. We will get this fixed for episode #13!

28 MINAUG 28
Comments
POPcast Turns 1! [#12]

Writing Your Past with Wheeler Light [#11]

This episode features a special guest: past contributor Wheeler Light! Wheeler visited Kelly in Pittsburgh, which gave she and Rose an opportunity to interview him about all things poetry. In this episode, he discusses writing about your past (especially when it's complex) and how he manages a lit mag while also writing his poems.

38 MINJUL 13
Comments
Writing Your Past with Wheeler Light [#11]

Day-Job Writing, Side Hustles & More [#10]

Today’s episode is all about professional writing: whether you do it as a day job or you freelance. Kelly and Rose discuss how they write for a living without burning out and provide tips for making time for side hustles -- while also charging more for them.

35 MINJUN 16
Comments
Day-Job Writing, Side Hustles & More [#10]

Writing about Gender Identity Ft. S. Brook Corfman [#9]

In this episode, Kelly and Rose interview S. Brook Corfman, author of “Luxury, Blue Lace,” chosen by Richard Siken for the Autumn House Rising Writer Prize, and two chapbooks: the letterpress “Meteorites” from DoubleCross Press and the digital collection of performance pieces “The Anima” forthcoming from GaussPDF. Sam has received grants and fellowships from Lambda Literary, the Vermont Studio Center, and the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council, recent work has appeared in DIAGRAM, Indiana Review, Muzzle, The Offing, Territory, and Quarterly West (Best of the Net Nomination), among other places. Born and raised in Chicago, Sam now lives in a turret in Pittsburgh.

42 MINMAY 21
Comments
Writing about Gender Identity Ft. S. Brook Corfman [#9]

The World of Chapbooks [#8]

In this episode, Rose picks Kelly’s brain about the world of chapbooks. From writing, to editing, to publishing, Kelly shares her experiences with chapbooks and how they’ve helped her get on the map as an established writer.

24 MINAPR 8
Comments
The World of Chapbooks [#8]

POPCraft: Tarot for Poets [#7]

We have big news! We're adding a new feature to our website called ... POPcraft: Tarot for Poets. Kim Grabowski Strayer, former POP contributor, is in the midst of creating writing prompts based off of tarot card spreads, and they will be featured on the POP website! We’ll also soon be accepting submissions of these prompts, so listen to this episode to learn more.

18 MINFEB 26
Comments
POPCraft: Tarot for Poets [#7]

Lit Reading Etiquette [#6]

About to go to your first literary reading? Need tips on how to listen or be a reader? Kelly and Rose go over everything you need to know about literary readings in this episode.

36 MINJAN 21
Comments
Lit Reading Etiquette [#6]

All About MFAs [#5]

Are you applying to an MFA program? In this episode, Kelly and Rose discuss the ins and outs of how to pursue a degree in creative writing. If you're on the fence about applying or don't know what program to pick, this is an episode you shouldn't miss.

41 MIN2018 NOV 7
Comments
All About MFAs [#5]