Cloudy Day Art #68 – Poetry Mix

This episode of the Cloudy Day Art poetry podcast is a mix of six poems that I’ve pulled together from across the web. I do hope that you enjoy them. I know that its been a long time comin’, I’m back after a slight hiatus. Thank you to everyone who has subscribed.

I also feature some feedback from Larry Winfield and George Smyth dealing with my essay on “How Not to Market Yourself As a Poet” from the last show.

I also play promos from Mike McGee’s podcast and Harry Lafnear’s Everyday Muse.

The poets featured this week are:

Eightprime ft Abox-J with “Sermon”
Jeremy Gratton with “If I were an Ape”
Stacey K. Black with “Hello”
Rachel Kann with “My Skin Listens”
Jonathan Brown with “Vertigo”
Lamont Carey with “Imagine”

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Will Brown

Will Brown is a poet, blogger, and a scanner of all things new. He also currently blogs at Help Desk Helps where he discusses tips and issues affecting the help desk professional.

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Comments

  1. Hey Will,

    Great show and a really cool mix of poets (we both have Abox J/Eightprime’s “Sermon” in our current episodes).

    Glad to see you back.

  2. Thanks, Larry.
    Yeah, I heard you play that on “Sundown Lounge”! What are the chances?

    Keep up the great output over there.

    Will

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