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The University of Indianapolis' Potluck Podcast hosts conversations about the arts. Students and faculty talk with guests behind-the-scenes about their work. To learn more about UIndy's Potluck Podcast and hear other episodes, please visit etchings.uindy.edu/the-potluck-podcast.

Latest Episodes

UIndyPotluckPodcast_Episode06_Randell Horton

In this episode of UIndy’s Potluck Podcast, where UIndy hosts conversations about the arts, English major Bre Nunn and Electronic Media Communications major Taylor Woods interview poet and memoirist Randall Horton, a guest of the Kellogg Writers Series, which is a series that brings writers of distinction to the University of Indianapolis campus for classroom discussions and free public readings. Randall Horton is the author of the poetry collections Pitch Dark Anarchy, The Definition of Place, and The Lingua France of Ninth Street, and author of the memoir, Hook. Horton is an associate professor of English at the University of New Haven. He is a member of the experimental performance group Heroes Are Gang Leaders which recently received the 2018 American Book Award in Oral Literature. We thank you for listening to UIndy's Potluck Podcast, which is hosted by students and faculty of the University of Indianapolis. We would like to thank our guests and the Shaheen College of Arts and Sciences. To learn more about UIndy's Potluck Podcast and hear other episodes, please visit etchings.uindy.edu/the-potluck-podcast. Thank you for your support.

36 MIN2019 SEP 7
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UIndyPotluckPodcast_Episode06_Randell Horton

UIndyPotluckPodcast_Episode05_AmySekhar

In this episode of the Potluck Podcast, where UIndy hosts conversations about the arts, UIndy Finance and Professional Writing major Kara Wagoner interviews independent scholar and disability rights activist Amy Sekhar, a guest of Communiversity. They talk about The Moonstone from the perspective of disability literature. 2018 marked the 150th anniversary of The Moonstone by Wilkie Collins, a book T.S. Eliot described as “the first, the longest, and the best of modern English detective novels, in a genre invented by Collins and not by Poe.” To celebrate this milestone, UINDY hosted Communiversity, a free, online class. Students, faculty, staff, alumni and the broader community were invited to explore this classic detective novel. In this episode, We thank you for listening to the UIndy Potluck Podcast, which is hosted by students and faculty of the University of Indianapolis. We would like to thank our guests and the Shaheen College of Arts and Sciences. To learn more about the Po...

27 MIN2019 APR 16
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UIndyPotluckPodcast_Episode05_AmySekhar

UIndy Potluck Podcast_Episode 04_John Jodzio

In this episode of UIndy's Potluck Podcast, where UIndy hosts conversations about the arts, Creative Writing and Professional Writing major Shauna Sartoris interviews fiction writer John Jodzio, a guest of the Kellogg Writers Series, which is a series that brings writers of distinction to the University of Indianapolis campus for classroom discussions and free public readings. John Jodzio's work has been featured in a variety of places including This American Life, McSweeney's, and One Story. He's the author of the short story collections, Knockout, Get In If You Want To Live and If You Lived Here You’d Already Be Home. We thank you for listening to UIndy's Potluck Podcast, which is hosted by students and faculty of the University of Indianapolis. We would like to thank our guests and the Shaheen College of Arts and Sciences. To learn more about UIndy's Potluck Podcast and hear other episodes, please visit etchings.uindy.edu/the-potluck-podcast. Thank you for your support.

18 MIN2019 MAR 21
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UIndy Potluck Podcast_Episode 04_John Jodzio

UIndy's Potluck Podcast_Episode 03_Christine Stewart-Nuñez

In this episode of the Potluck Podcast, where UIndy hosts conversations about the arts, UIndy students Creative Writing Major Tayah Eakle, Finance and Professional Writing Major Kara Wagoner, and Professional Writing Major Sara Perkins interview the 2018 Whirling Prize winning poet. Etchings Press, a student-run publisher at University of Indianapolis, awards The Whirling Prize each fall to two books that demonstrate an excellent and compelling response to a theme selected by students. The 2018 theme was disability, and the student judges talk with Christine Stewart-Nuñez about her winning collection, Bluewords Greening. Christine Stewart-Nuñez, a Professor of English at South Dakota State University, writes at the intersection of experience and research. She’s the author of four poetry books: Untrussed (University of New Mexico Press 2016), Bluewords Greening (Terrapin Books 2016), Keeping Them Alive (WordTech 2010), and Postcard on Parchment (ABZ Press 2008). Her work has appea...

29 MIN2019 FEB 26
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UIndy's Potluck Podcast_Episode 03_Christine Stewart-Nuñez

UIndy's Potluck Podcast_Episode 2_Mira T Lee

In this episode of the Potluck Podcast, where UIndy hosts conversations about the arts, UIndy students Creative Writing Major Jessica Marvel and Nursing Major Erin Pool interview the 2018 Whirling Prize winning novelist. Etchings Press, a student-run publisher at the University of Indianapolis, awards The Whirling Prize each fall to two books that demonstrate an excellent and compelling response to a theme selected by students. The 2018 theme was disability, and the student judges talk with Mira T. Lee about her winning novel, Everything Here Is Beautiful. Mira T. Lee's work has been published in numerous quarterlies and reviews, including The Missouri Review, The Southern Review, Harvard Review and Triquarterly. She was awarded an Artist's Fellowship by the Massachusetts Cultural Council in 2012, and has twice received special mention for the Pushcart Prize. She is a graduate of Stanford University, and currently lives with her husband and two young sons in Cambridge, Massachusetts...

25 MIN2019 FEB 26
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UIndy's Potluck Podcast_Episode 2_Mira T Lee

UIndy's Potluck Podcast_Episode 01_Angela Palm

In this episode of the Potluck Podcast, where UIndy hosts conversations about the arts, UIndy English professor Barney Haney interviews creative nonfiction writer Angela Palm, a guest of the Kellogg Writers Series, which is a series that brings writers of distinction to the University of Indianapolis campus for classroom discussions and free public readings. Angela Palm is the author of Riverine: A Memoir from Anywhere but Here, which won the 2014 Graywolf Press Nonfiction Prize. Short-listed for the Vermont Book Award and the Indiana Author Award/Emerging Author Award, Riverine was also noted for being an Indie Next selection, a Kirkus Best Book of 2016, and a Powerful Memoir by Powerful Women selected by Oprah. She was part of the 2018 Kellogg Writers Series’ Indiana Writers Spotlight. We thank you for listening to UIndy's Potluck Podcast, which is hosted by students and faculty of the University of Indianapolis. We would like to thank our guests and the Shaheen College of Arts a...

28 MIN2019 FEB 25
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UIndy's Potluck Podcast_Episode 01_Angela Palm
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Latest Episodes

UIndyPotluckPodcast_Episode06_Randell Horton

In this episode of UIndy’s Potluck Podcast, where UIndy hosts conversations about the arts, English major Bre Nunn and Electronic Media Communications major Taylor Woods interview poet and memoirist Randall Horton, a guest of the Kellogg Writers Series, which is a series that brings writers of distinction to the University of Indianapolis campus for classroom discussions and free public readings. Randall Horton is the author of the poetry collections Pitch Dark Anarchy, The Definition of Place, and The Lingua France of Ninth Street, and author of the memoir, Hook. Horton is an associate professor of English at the University of New Haven. He is a member of the experimental performance group Heroes Are Gang Leaders which recently received the 2018 American Book Award in Oral Literature. We thank you for listening to UIndy's Potluck Podcast, which is hosted by students and faculty of the University of Indianapolis. We would like to thank our guests and the Shaheen College of Arts and Sciences. To learn more about UIndy's Potluck Podcast and hear other episodes, please visit etchings.uindy.edu/the-potluck-podcast. Thank you for your support.

36 MIN2019 SEP 7
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UIndyPotluckPodcast_Episode06_Randell Horton

UIndyPotluckPodcast_Episode05_AmySekhar

In this episode of the Potluck Podcast, where UIndy hosts conversations about the arts, UIndy Finance and Professional Writing major Kara Wagoner interviews independent scholar and disability rights activist Amy Sekhar, a guest of Communiversity. They talk about The Moonstone from the perspective of disability literature. 2018 marked the 150th anniversary of The Moonstone by Wilkie Collins, a book T.S. Eliot described as “the first, the longest, and the best of modern English detective novels, in a genre invented by Collins and not by Poe.” To celebrate this milestone, UINDY hosted Communiversity, a free, online class. Students, faculty, staff, alumni and the broader community were invited to explore this classic detective novel. In this episode, We thank you for listening to the UIndy Potluck Podcast, which is hosted by students and faculty of the University of Indianapolis. We would like to thank our guests and the Shaheen College of Arts and Sciences. To learn more about the Po...

27 MIN2019 APR 16
Comments
UIndyPotluckPodcast_Episode05_AmySekhar

UIndy Potluck Podcast_Episode 04_John Jodzio

In this episode of UIndy's Potluck Podcast, where UIndy hosts conversations about the arts, Creative Writing and Professional Writing major Shauna Sartoris interviews fiction writer John Jodzio, a guest of the Kellogg Writers Series, which is a series that brings writers of distinction to the University of Indianapolis campus for classroom discussions and free public readings. John Jodzio's work has been featured in a variety of places including This American Life, McSweeney's, and One Story. He's the author of the short story collections, Knockout, Get In If You Want To Live and If You Lived Here You’d Already Be Home. We thank you for listening to UIndy's Potluck Podcast, which is hosted by students and faculty of the University of Indianapolis. We would like to thank our guests and the Shaheen College of Arts and Sciences. To learn more about UIndy's Potluck Podcast and hear other episodes, please visit etchings.uindy.edu/the-potluck-podcast. Thank you for your support.

18 MIN2019 MAR 21
Comments
UIndy Potluck Podcast_Episode 04_John Jodzio

UIndy's Potluck Podcast_Episode 03_Christine Stewart-Nuñez

In this episode of the Potluck Podcast, where UIndy hosts conversations about the arts, UIndy students Creative Writing Major Tayah Eakle, Finance and Professional Writing Major Kara Wagoner, and Professional Writing Major Sara Perkins interview the 2018 Whirling Prize winning poet. Etchings Press, a student-run publisher at University of Indianapolis, awards The Whirling Prize each fall to two books that demonstrate an excellent and compelling response to a theme selected by students. The 2018 theme was disability, and the student judges talk with Christine Stewart-Nuñez about her winning collection, Bluewords Greening. Christine Stewart-Nuñez, a Professor of English at South Dakota State University, writes at the intersection of experience and research. She’s the author of four poetry books: Untrussed (University of New Mexico Press 2016), Bluewords Greening (Terrapin Books 2016), Keeping Them Alive (WordTech 2010), and Postcard on Parchment (ABZ Press 2008). Her work has appea...

29 MIN2019 FEB 26
Comments
UIndy's Potluck Podcast_Episode 03_Christine Stewart-Nuñez

UIndy's Potluck Podcast_Episode 2_Mira T Lee

In this episode of the Potluck Podcast, where UIndy hosts conversations about the arts, UIndy students Creative Writing Major Jessica Marvel and Nursing Major Erin Pool interview the 2018 Whirling Prize winning novelist. Etchings Press, a student-run publisher at the University of Indianapolis, awards The Whirling Prize each fall to two books that demonstrate an excellent and compelling response to a theme selected by students. The 2018 theme was disability, and the student judges talk with Mira T. Lee about her winning novel, Everything Here Is Beautiful. Mira T. Lee's work has been published in numerous quarterlies and reviews, including The Missouri Review, The Southern Review, Harvard Review and Triquarterly. She was awarded an Artist's Fellowship by the Massachusetts Cultural Council in 2012, and has twice received special mention for the Pushcart Prize. She is a graduate of Stanford University, and currently lives with her husband and two young sons in Cambridge, Massachusetts...

25 MIN2019 FEB 26
Comments
UIndy's Potluck Podcast_Episode 2_Mira T Lee

UIndy's Potluck Podcast_Episode 01_Angela Palm

In this episode of the Potluck Podcast, where UIndy hosts conversations about the arts, UIndy English professor Barney Haney interviews creative nonfiction writer Angela Palm, a guest of the Kellogg Writers Series, which is a series that brings writers of distinction to the University of Indianapolis campus for classroom discussions and free public readings. Angela Palm is the author of Riverine: A Memoir from Anywhere but Here, which won the 2014 Graywolf Press Nonfiction Prize. Short-listed for the Vermont Book Award and the Indiana Author Award/Emerging Author Award, Riverine was also noted for being an Indie Next selection, a Kirkus Best Book of 2016, and a Powerful Memoir by Powerful Women selected by Oprah. She was part of the 2018 Kellogg Writers Series’ Indiana Writers Spotlight. We thank you for listening to UIndy's Potluck Podcast, which is hosted by students and faculty of the University of Indianapolis. We would like to thank our guests and the Shaheen College of Arts a...

28 MIN2019 FEB 25
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UIndy's Potluck Podcast_Episode 01_Angela Palm
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