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Poetrycast

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This is a podcast series that will focus on the appreciation of poetry.

Latest Episodes

Poetrycast, July 2008

In this episode you will once again hear three sonnets by Pablo Neruda from his book Cien sonetos de amor, as translated by myself. The three sonnets include numbers Seventy-Nine, Eighty-Two, and Eighty-Four, all from the last section of his book, "Noche." I hope you enjoy. Poetrycast (July 2008).

-1 s2008 JUL 3
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Poetrycast, July 2008

Poetrycast, December 2007

In this episode you will hear three sonnets by Pablo Neruda as translated by myself. We will also discuss some interesting aspects of translation and linguistic theory, and as they apply to the translation experience with Neruda's sonnets. Enjoy, Poetrycast (December 2007).

-1 s2008 JAN 3
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Poetrycast, December 2007

Poetrycast, August 2007

In this episode you will hear two poems from Pablo Neruda from the "Tarde" section of his book Cien Sonetos de Amor as well as a poem from a contemporary of Neruda's, the Irish poet, William Butler Yeats. Yeats's poem is titled "Sailing to Byzantium" from his book The Tower published in 1928. Enjoy. Poetrycast (August 2007).

-1 s2007 AUG 24
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Poetrycast, August 2007

Poetrycast, May 2007

In this podcast you will hear three poems, one by Robert Pinsky titled "The Green Piano," one by John Keats titled "Ode to a Nightingale," and one by myself, Jonathan Stone, titled "That Brass Bell." There is also some analysis and commentary concerning the poems, as well as some discussion on writing and what exactly poetry accomplishes. Thank you for listening and enjoy. Poetrycast (May 2007)

-1 s2007 MAY 13
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Poetrycast, May 2007

Poetrycast, January 2007

After the usual apology for the long lapse between casts, in this episode you'll once again hear three poems by Pablo Neruda as translated by myself. I introduce each poem with some commentary and analysis, but this time I'll also discuss how each of the three sequential sonnets work together. Thanks for your interest in this episode of Poetrycast (January 2007). Enjoy.

-1 s2007 JAN 13
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Poetrycast, January 2007

Poetrycast, August 2006

This is the second cast of the series. In this episode I'll introduce to you the Andalusian concept of "duende." I'll then discuss this concept in regards to several other poems that you will hear by such writers as Federico García Lorca, Jorge Luis Borges, and Pablo Neruda. Enjoy. "Poetrycast, August 2006."

-1 s2006 SEP 29
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Poetrycast, August 2006

Poetrycast, September 2006

In this Poetrycast you'll hear three sonnets by Pablo Neruda, translated by myself into English. There is also some commentary on the poetics of the works read, but this cast will focus on the sound and feel of the actual poetry rather than on any discussion or analysis. Also, I apologize for the delay in the publication of this month's cast: my online server was down for about a week. Enjoy, Poetrycast, September 2006.

-1 s2006 SEP 29
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Poetrycast, September 2006

The first Poetrycast (July 2006).

This is the first cast of the series. In this episode, you can listen to a poem by Pablo Neruda, first in the original Spanish, followed by an English translation. There is also some commentary and discussion on the art of translation as well as on the craft of poetry. Thanks for your interest and keep your eyes open for "Poetrycast" at the iTunes music store.

-1 s2006 JUL 19
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The first Poetrycast (July 2006).
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Latest Episodes

Poetrycast, July 2008

In this episode you will once again hear three sonnets by Pablo Neruda from his book Cien sonetos de amor, as translated by myself. The three sonnets include numbers Seventy-Nine, Eighty-Two, and Eighty-Four, all from the last section of his book, "Noche." I hope you enjoy. Poetrycast (July 2008).

-1 s2008 JUL 3
Comments
Poetrycast, July 2008

Poetrycast, December 2007

In this episode you will hear three sonnets by Pablo Neruda as translated by myself. We will also discuss some interesting aspects of translation and linguistic theory, and as they apply to the translation experience with Neruda's sonnets. Enjoy, Poetrycast (December 2007).

-1 s2008 JAN 3
Comments
Poetrycast, December 2007

Poetrycast, August 2007

In this episode you will hear two poems from Pablo Neruda from the "Tarde" section of his book Cien Sonetos de Amor as well as a poem from a contemporary of Neruda's, the Irish poet, William Butler Yeats. Yeats's poem is titled "Sailing to Byzantium" from his book The Tower published in 1928. Enjoy. Poetrycast (August 2007).

-1 s2007 AUG 24
Comments
Poetrycast, August 2007

Poetrycast, May 2007

In this podcast you will hear three poems, one by Robert Pinsky titled "The Green Piano," one by John Keats titled "Ode to a Nightingale," and one by myself, Jonathan Stone, titled "That Brass Bell." There is also some analysis and commentary concerning the poems, as well as some discussion on writing and what exactly poetry accomplishes. Thank you for listening and enjoy. Poetrycast (May 2007)

-1 s2007 MAY 13
Comments
Poetrycast, May 2007

Poetrycast, January 2007

After the usual apology for the long lapse between casts, in this episode you'll once again hear three poems by Pablo Neruda as translated by myself. I introduce each poem with some commentary and analysis, but this time I'll also discuss how each of the three sequential sonnets work together. Thanks for your interest in this episode of Poetrycast (January 2007). Enjoy.

-1 s2007 JAN 13
Comments
Poetrycast, January 2007

Poetrycast, August 2006

This is the second cast of the series. In this episode I'll introduce to you the Andalusian concept of "duende." I'll then discuss this concept in regards to several other poems that you will hear by such writers as Federico García Lorca, Jorge Luis Borges, and Pablo Neruda. Enjoy. "Poetrycast, August 2006."

-1 s2006 SEP 29
Comments
Poetrycast, August 2006

Poetrycast, September 2006

In this Poetrycast you'll hear three sonnets by Pablo Neruda, translated by myself into English. There is also some commentary on the poetics of the works read, but this cast will focus on the sound and feel of the actual poetry rather than on any discussion or analysis. Also, I apologize for the delay in the publication of this month's cast: my online server was down for about a week. Enjoy, Poetrycast, September 2006.

-1 s2006 SEP 29
Comments
Poetrycast, September 2006

The first Poetrycast (July 2006).

This is the first cast of the series. In this episode, you can listen to a poem by Pablo Neruda, first in the original Spanish, followed by an English translation. There is also some commentary and discussion on the art of translation as well as on the craft of poetry. Thanks for your interest and keep your eyes open for "Poetrycast" at the iTunes music store.

-1 s2006 JUL 19
Comments
The first Poetrycast (July 2006).
the END
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