Aug 08

Line Break, Episode 19


Hi everyone! This week I spoke with Treblemaker about her poem, "Four AM," taking inspiration from our dreams, sneezes, writing at night versus during the day, the nostalgia of old journals and dolls, and books that have shaped us as writers. 
I hope you enjoy!

-Iris 

Audio download:
Podcast19edited!!.mp3
Jul 27

Aquarius

16 tracks and two hours later, a tiny song from my heart was born. An original composition recorded by me. 

Sometimes I feel eaten by death,
drowning in the water depressed.
Crashing through the silence,
And the walls can't keep them quiet.

I'm drowning on the river of death.

But I know somehow I will be ok,
And I know deep down I can find my way,
And I hope to God
I beg and plead
and I pray-
I'll be stronger than the water.
Audio download:
Aquarious_16_orgcomp.wav
Jul 25

Line Break, Episode 18: Dialogue Edition

Hi everyone! Dialogue, the special edition of Line Break, is a group discussion about philosophical writing topics. This week I spoke with LadyMidnight and irishjayne about metaphorical authorship, when a writer's poem no longer belongs to them, using YWP as a virtual notebook, and the line between offering feedback and taking over someone else's writing. I hope you enjoy this new format!
-Iris 
 
Audio download:
Podcast18edited!!!.mp3
Jul 11

Line Break, Episode 17

Jun 27

Line Break, Episode 16

Hi everyone! This week I spoke with AvaClaire about her poem, "Dandelion Puffs on the Wind," watercolor and art supplies, appreciating things more, and what defines a poem. 
Also- I'll be posting new episodes every other week this summer, so Episode 17 will be out on July 11th. I have a lot of cool episodes planned and I'm looking forward to sharing them all!
I hope you enjoy!
-Iris
 
Audio download:
podcast16edited!!.mp3
Jun 20

Line Break, Episode 15

Jun 13

Line Break, Episode 14


Hi everyone! This week I spoke with Frostbite about her poem, "Deep end," our pet peeves, writing about experiences, having siblings, and advice we would give to other writers. I hope you enjoy! Also, if there are any writing topics that you think we should talk about in the podcast, add them in the comments! I'd love to hear your ideas.
-Iris
Audio download:
Podcast14edited!!.mp3
Jun 06

Our One Word Story!

Jun 06

Line Break, Episode 13

Jun 03

Music Education Speech

May 30

Line Break, Episode 12

May 28

One Word Story: Cupcakes

May 23

Line Break, Episode 11

May 16

Line Break, Episode 10

May 11

Grace's Rants & Rambles Episode #3

May 10

The Day I Got Abducted (Episode Two)

May 09

Line Break, Episode 9

May 02

Line Break, Episode 8

Apr 25

Line Break, Episode 7


Hi everyone! This week I spoke with 2madsmads about her poem, "For A Little While," rhyming, Lewis Carroll and Robert Frost, and imaginary friends. 
Some things we mentioned:
The Walrus and The Carpenter, by Lewis Carroll. (https://www.jabberwocky.com/carroll/walrus.html.)
Hey It's Delilah. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vygUjt9AHOA)
If-, by Rudyard Kipling. (https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/46473/if---)

I hope you enjoy!

-Iris

 

Audio download:
Podcast7Edited!!!.mp3
Apr 21

Grace's Rants & Rambles: Episode #2

Welcome to Grace's Rants and Rambles: A Quarantine Talk Show!

Some people said that they wanted a second episode, so here it is!!! Today we're talking about such diverse topics such as the coronavirus, Canada, potato chips, art museums, fun parks, go-karts, driving, biking, nerdiness, being a perfectionist, being homeschooled, and ice cream! If you want to see how these things fit into one 10 minute ramble, please take 10 minutes to listen. 

~ Grace