• S6E32 Zoka part 2, a tool for all writers featuring Janice Doppler

    poetrypea.com presents the second part of a presentation by Janice Doppler on Zoka. She gives all writers a tool they can use not just for poetry but for prose writing too. Be like the snail that pokes his antennae up to look around the world, record the transformations that you see in your world. Submit your haiku to Poetry Pea.

    33m | Sep 24, 2023
  • S6E31 Zoka, how to use it in your writing featuring Janice Doppler

    poetrypea.com presents US poet Janice Doppler helping us to understand the idea of Zoka and reading some examples of poetry illustrating Zoka. Zoka is something all writers can use in their work. I think Janice will leave you wanting more, but that's ok as she's back next week, with more super poems for you and tips on how to get started, if you haven't already written something.

    30m | Sep 17, 2023
  • S6E30 Foxy haiku & other poetry

    poetrypea.com presents a short podcast of original poetry, specifically haiku and monoku this time. You'll hear more poetry to inspire you to write for our submissions and the results of the YouTube video prompt for August 2023. If you enjoy hearing poetry then you've come to the right place. Hope you enjoy it. Let me know and of course, join in with our submissions.

    8m | Sep 10, 2023
  • S6E29 Haiku from the Philippines featuring Alvin B Cruz

    poetrypea.com presents a poetry reading with poet Alvin B Cruz all the way from the Philippines. He is reading from his book "Paper Cranes". We don't just discuss poetry, particularly haiku, senryu and tanka, we do culture too. Did you know how popular karaoke is in the Philippines? I didn't. Don't worry neither of us sing. Hope you enjoy this chat as much as we did. Do let me know. I can't make better podcasts without your feedback.

    33m | Sep 3, 2023
  • S6E28 Book Launch: Irish author Sean O'Connor reads from his book "The God of Bones"

    poetrypea.com were truly honoured to be chosen to launch the wonderful book of haibun written by Irish author Sean 0'Connor. As you will hear I believe this to be a ground breaking book. It pushes the boundaries of haibun writing in a powerful way. Strong writing from Sean. Whether you write prose or poetry there is something in this book to move you. Many of the audience reported being moved to tears. Hope you enjoy this reading... do email me and let me know. Don't forget to check out the show notes on the website.

    30m | Aug 27, 2023
  • S6E27 Original Poetry: Haiku using Toriawase

    poetrypea.com presents a podcast packed with poetry, specifically haiku using the Japanese aesthetic of Toriawase. Patricia is joined today by Jerome Berglund, editor of Heterodox Journal, Srinivasa Rao Sambangi, Brian LeBansky and Keith Evetts. Keith of course gave us an insight into Toriawase in S6E13. This is a podcast great for all levels of poets and writers too. We can all learn from it and as a bonus enjoy the haiku too.

    39m | Aug 20, 2023
  • S6E26 Haiku and Tango

    poetrypea.com presents haiku and senryu written by poets from all around the globe. Partly to the July video prompt on the Poetry Pea YouTube channel (a new prompt on there every month), hence the tango theme, and partly in response to a spontaneous call out for haiku. Only poets on the Poetry Pea mailing list get the invite, so it's quite, quite special. Sign up for the mailing if you want to be invited to our next "flashku", it's an extra chance to write poetry and be featured on the podcast and in the next Poetry Pea Journal.

    15m | Aug 13, 2023
  • S6E25 The languages of haiku

    poetrypea.com is delighted to welcome Canadian poet Michael Dudley and two Croatian poets, Tomislav Maretić and Dejan Pavlinović to the show. Together they have co created a wonderful book of short form poetry, which they read to us. We discuss how it is they came together to work, how that process worked across different languages and generally what it is about haiku that makes us happy. Patricia discovers she is not the only haiku poet who is not particularly zen. Hope you enjoy listening. More info on the show notes on the website.

    45m | Aug 6, 2023
  • S6E24 Ready Haijin One

    Today on Poetry Pea we're back visiting with David Jacobs, UK poet.

    We talk haiku, monoku and books in general. Do stay to the end, I'll read to you some monoku from one of David's recommendation. I wonder what you'll think? Hosai Ozaki does write haiku about ordinary everyday things.

    If you'd like to see the books we talk about, head to the show notes on the website. www.poetrypea.com

    13m | Jul 30, 2023
  • S6E23 Haiku inspired by Thailand

    poetrypea.com brings you a selection of haiku from their poetry video prompt which can be found on the Poetry Pea YouTube channel. There's a book review for you too. Hope you enjoy and have taken part in this month's video prompt.

    6m | Jul 23, 2023
  • S6E22 Creating the Cut in Haiku with Kala Ramesh

    Poetry Pea brings you all the wisdom of the Indian poet Kala Ramesh who today inspires us with a writing workshop on the cut, or kire in the Japanese Short-form of haiku. You can find the show notes at poetrypea.com. I hope this inspires you to write some wonderful haiku or maybe monoku to submit to us in the not too distant future.

    50m | Jul 16, 2023
  • S6E21 What are you reading Tim Roberts?

    When Patricia interviews poets, they often get to talking about what books they are currently reading, what books they are excited about and why. Feedback from you, our listeners and viewers suggests you rather enjoy adding to your book lists. So here you have some recommendations from Patricia and Tim Roberts. If you'd like to hear Tim read some of his work, from his poetry book, Busted, please go back to S6E16, listen to him read and find out why poetry and haiku have become so important in his life as he battles Parkinson's disease.

    5m | Jul 9, 2023
  • S6E20 Poetry with UK Poet David Jacobs

    poetrypea.com presents a podcast with the UK poet David Jacobs. Now an accomplished poet in the Japanese short form , haiku, senryu, monoku and haibun, he started his poetic career writing long form. We take a journey with him through his career and learn a bit along the way about getting published, and of course about him and his lovely family. Joke warning... there is one very bad joke included in this podcast. Come along and listen, perhaps afterwards you'll want to share some of your terrible jokes with us too.

    46m | Jul 2, 2023
  • S6E19 Original haiku, senryu and other related poetry

    poetry pea.com presents a podcast filled with original poetry (haiku, senryu and other related forms) written by poets around the globe. We celebrate our monthly video YouTube prompt, our flashku submissions and our wonderful friend Marion Clarke from Northern Ireland being a runner up in the Seamus Heaney new writers competition in Northern Ireland. Do come along and celebrate poetry with us. And afterwards, tell your friends and send us feedback, maybe even review us where you get your podcasts, thank you.

    26m | Jun 25, 2023
  • S6E18 Original Haiku expressing Inner and Outer Weather

    poetrypea.com presents a podcast of original english language haiku which expressed the relationship between the outer weather and our inner weather. Haiku being one of the most popular forms of poetry, worldwide.

    38m | Jun 18, 2023
  • S6E17 Haibun with a difference featuring US poet, Curt Pawlisch

    poetrypea.com presents a Japanese short form poetry podcast, featuring a poet from the USA, Curt Pawlisch. He introduces the next haibun submission period with a haibun that is a little bit different. If you enjoy writing fiction and poetry, had you thought of combining the two in this delicate and satisfying poetry form? Have a listen... se if you will have something to submit for the call out. Check the show notes and the submission diary and join us, we'd love to read your work.

    31m | Jun 11, 2023
  • S6E16 Tim Roberts reads from his Poetry Book, Busted

    poetrypea.com presents Tim Roberts, reading haiku, senryu and haibun from his book Busted. He squeezes in a little bit of long form poetry too. Tim discusses writing as therapy, speaks honestly about having Parkinson's and about his time in the UK Police Service. Join us, we had fun and I think you might too.

    39m | Jun 4, 2023
  • S6E15 An Audience with the Award Winning Haibun Writer Sean O'Connor

    poetrypea.com presents the Irish award winning poet and haibun writer Sean O'Connor answering the questions from an invited audience of poets and writers. I learnt a few writing tricks and tips to improve my writing, both the prose and the haiku. I hope you do too. Links to his work are in the show notes on the website.

    44m | May 28, 2023
  • S6E14 Haiku from the Prompt and Flashku

    poetrypea.com presents to you an episode of haiku and senryu. Some were submitted via our YouTube channel. There's a prompt every month. If you are a poet and would like to submit, leave your poem in the comments under the YouTube video. They will be read and you could be in our Poetry Pea Journal. Our flashku are original haiku and senryu submitted to our spontaneous call out. The only people who can submit are those on our mailing list. Do sign up, or you will miss out on the chance to have your writing featured on the podcast and in the journal.

    13m | May 21, 2023
  • S6E13 The Haiku Technique Toriawase featuring Keith Evetts

    Poetrypea.com presents a haiku technique podcast on Toriawase, featuring the moderator of Facebook's largest haiku group, The Daily Haiku and editor of The Haiku Foundation's Re:Virals, Keith Evetts. It's a cracking podcast with much to inspire the haiku writer.

    58m | May 14, 2023
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