For National Poetry Month, I invited poet Joanna Lee on episode 19 of Working Title podcast. We discuss what this time of the year means to her, as well as cover how to critique a poem, why an audience is vital to the creative process, is a poem ever really finished, and more.
And as a delightful bonus, Joanna reads one of her lovely pieces from her chapbook, Dissections.
Recorded on March 18, 2018
Length: 42 minutes
Intro and outro music in the podcast is called, “The Strategy.”
Joanna Lee’s website: https://the-tenth-muse.com
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Brian King asks Do you revise a poem after reciting it? Do you make a recording of your readings? Do you go back to older poems and realize how good they are, any favorites. Why do you think Richmond has grown from a provential backwater to a “best destination” place to visi in 2018. Lastly, is there a town and gown mentality in the writers community in Richmond?
Thank you for your questions. I hope you enjoy the podcast.
While I’ve met Joanna, I don’t really know her personally. It is good to hear a little more of her background and approach to writing.
Thank you for your comment. I recommend her chapbook, Dissections.