Enjoy another edition of Wordplay with George Bilgere and John Donoghue. This week’s episode if titled Spunktilio and features the following poems: – Sassafras, by Joy Benson – Heaven, by Louis Jenkins – Waiting for the Biographer, by Mark Halliday – Football, by Stephen Dobyns – Her Door, by Morris Louis – Cassandra, by Jill […]
Sit back and enjoy these 7 poems with George Bilgere and John Donoghue, in this week’s episode of Wordplay – Elephant Drops Dead in the Ring, by Ann Ward Jameson – Feeling East, by Gail Brandeis – Dust, by Dorianne Laux – Rock Collecting, by Louis Jenkins – The Wrong Question, by Tony Hoagland – […]
A new episode of Wordplay, Chakabuku! Featured poems listed below: My Chakabuku Mama, by Jewelle Gomez Poem of the Future, by J.R. Solonche Something, by James Valvis Egg, by C.G. Hanzlicek Good Bones, by Maggie Smith Only this Morning, by Don Gerber After the Wedding, by John Daniel
The week’s Wordplay is titled, Book Signing. Featured poems below: Objects, by Stephen Dunn Shakespearean Sonnet, by R.S. Gwynne Querencia, by Stephen Dobyns Booksigning, by James Tate Byron Loves Me, by Matthew Dickmann
George Bilgere and John Donoghue bring you a solid Wordplay this week, titled Concrete Mixer. It features the following poems: – Tooth, by Thomas Lux – Pain, by Steve Dunn – Quite Frankly, by Mark Halliday – Concrete Mixer, by Miroslav Holub – Survivor, by Linda Pastan
Enjoy this week’s Wordplay, Hard Child, featuring poems: – Hard Child, by Natalie Shapero – Will We Survive, by Peter Harris – Plates Are Hot, by Stephen Dunn – New Thing, by Mark Halliday – Peonies, by Jim Harrison
That bump you hear in the night may be a raccoon, or it may be this week’s Wordplay. Enjoy these six poems: – Her Door, by Mary Lieder – The Singing, by Patrick Philllips – The Great Escape, by Charles Bukowski – Flamingo Watching, by Kay Ryan – Swiss Family Robinson, Ron Padgett – This […]
This week’s Wordplay was filled with onomatopoeic poems. Enjoy these seven poems: – The Last Swim of Summer, by Faith Sherin – New Criticism, by Paul Hostovsky – Invisible Visitor, by Daivd Budbill – Onamotomania, by Thomas Lux – Where I Come From, by Shirley Fisher – Photo of Me, by Margaret Atwood – Ode […]
Today’s Wordplay is devoted to the poetry of Thomas Lux (1946 – 2017). Enjoy!
Rejoice! Wordplay returns next week with brand-new live shows. Enjoy our final rerun of the summer.