Oct 30, 2019 • 56M

037: Ted Dodson: Idiosyncratic Poetry + Spirituality

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Episode details

In this super fun and wild episode, I chat with poet and editor Ted Dodson about:

  • poetry as daily spiritual practice

  • nurturing the metaphysical self with poetry

  • the importance of a creative community

  • writing through and about grief

  • our writing processes

  • books we love

  • our meandering recap of the 2010s

  • being promiscuous readers + writers

  • Georges Bataille for Scorpio Season

  • poetry as worldview

    Ted Dodson is the author of “At the National Monument / Always Today” (Pioneer Works, 2016) and “Pop! in Spring” (Diez, 2013). His work has been collected by the libraries of the Museum of Modern Art and the Brooklyn Museum. He edits for BOMB and Futurepoem and is a former editor of The Poetry Project Newsletter.

Some things we chatted about on the podcast:

Ted's Book || Five Star || The Poem that Ted Read || Jonas Mekas || Univocal || Dana Ward - Some Other Deaths of Bas Jan Ader || Ted's Website || Connect with Ted on Twitter || Futurepoem Books || Ugly Duckling Presse || BOMB Magazine || Song Cave || WONDER


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