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Spoken Word Wales

mlocock@gmail.com (Martin Locock)

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Spoken Word Wales

mlocock@gmail.com (Martin Locock)

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About Us

A podcast talking about the craft of writing and performance in Wales

Latest Episodes

Dylan Day 2017

Highlighting Dylan day on 14 May, with a reflection on Dylan Thomas and contemporary writing and a response to Under Milk Wood.

7 MIN2017 APR 20
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Dylan Day 2017

SWW011 Erin Kavanagh

A conversation with poet, geomythologist and archaeologist Erin Kavanagh @geomythkavanagh about poetic living, the Japanese haiku tradition and responding to the canon.

59 MIN2016 OCT 7
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SWW011 Erin Kavanagh

Kathy Miles

Kathy Miles reads from her new collection and discusses landscape, nature and competitions.

41 MIN2016 JUN 22
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Kathy Miles

SWW009 Julie Ann Pritchard

Julie discusses her collection Butterfly Kisses and a Bee Sting Mind, walking and writing; and Martin explores Housman's Shropshire.

45 MIN2016 MAY 22
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SWW009 Julie Ann Pritchard

Ric Hool

Interview with Ric Hool about Between So Many Words, open field poetry, and performance

59 MIN2016 MAR 22
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Ric Hool

Nia Davies

Interview with Nia Davies about her new collection, editing Poetry Wales, nature poetry and performance.

56 MIN2016 FEB 22
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Nia Davies

National Poetry Day

Readings by staff and students of work by Kate Tempest, Spike Milligan and others, and Liz Wilson and Martin Locock read their own work.

35 MIN2015 NOV 9
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National Poetry Day

SWW005 Martin Locock

A solo edition - Martin Locock reads from his poetry and discusses Kingsley Amis's time in Swansea

34 MIN2015 SEP 1
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SWW005 Martin Locock

SWW04 Jackie Biggs

Jackie Biggs talks about haiku, her new collection The Spaces in Between, the 52 project and Penfro Literary Festival

59 MIN2015 AUG 1
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SWW04 Jackie Biggs

Natalie Holborow

Natalie Holborow talks about her poetry, a Swedish residency, the Dylan Thomas Birthplace and her new spoken word event Mad as Birds

18 MIN2015 MAY 29
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Natalie Holborow

Latest Episodes

Dylan Day 2017

Highlighting Dylan day on 14 May, with a reflection on Dylan Thomas and contemporary writing and a response to Under Milk Wood.

7 MIN2017 APR 20
Comments
Dylan Day 2017

SWW011 Erin Kavanagh

A conversation with poet, geomythologist and archaeologist Erin Kavanagh @geomythkavanagh about poetic living, the Japanese haiku tradition and responding to the canon.

59 MIN2016 OCT 7
Comments
SWW011 Erin Kavanagh

Kathy Miles

Kathy Miles reads from her new collection and discusses landscape, nature and competitions.

41 MIN2016 JUN 22
Comments
Kathy Miles

SWW009 Julie Ann Pritchard

Julie discusses her collection Butterfly Kisses and a Bee Sting Mind, walking and writing; and Martin explores Housman's Shropshire.

45 MIN2016 MAY 22
Comments
SWW009 Julie Ann Pritchard

Ric Hool

Interview with Ric Hool about Between So Many Words, open field poetry, and performance

59 MIN2016 MAR 22
Comments
Ric Hool

Nia Davies

Interview with Nia Davies about her new collection, editing Poetry Wales, nature poetry and performance.

56 MIN2016 FEB 22
Comments
Nia Davies

National Poetry Day

Readings by staff and students of work by Kate Tempest, Spike Milligan and others, and Liz Wilson and Martin Locock read their own work.

35 MIN2015 NOV 9
Comments
National Poetry Day

SWW005 Martin Locock

A solo edition - Martin Locock reads from his poetry and discusses Kingsley Amis's time in Swansea

34 MIN2015 SEP 1
Comments
SWW005 Martin Locock

SWW04 Jackie Biggs

Jackie Biggs talks about haiku, her new collection The Spaces in Between, the 52 project and Penfro Literary Festival

59 MIN2015 AUG 1
Comments
SWW04 Jackie Biggs

Natalie Holborow

Natalie Holborow talks about her poetry, a Swedish residency, the Dylan Thomas Birthplace and her new spoken word event Mad as Birds

18 MIN2015 MAY 29
Comments
Natalie Holborow