A conversation about poetry!

If you enjoy poetry or are simply curious about my particular process, head on over to Rebecca Budd’s wonderful TEA, TOAST and TRIVIA podcast in her writers’ series. Needless to say it was an honor to participate!

https://teatoasttrivia.com/2021/03/22/season-3-episode-12-mary-jo-malo-celebrating-world-poetry-day/

Author: Mary Jo Malo

Christian, mother, grandmother, and poet of occasional worth.

33 thoughts on “A conversation about poetry!”

  1. My comment under the podcast (still in moderation at the moment):

    “Thank you, Mary Jo and Rebecca, for the eloquent and compelling conversation! An amazing primer, in under 16 minutes, on writing and appreciating poetry! Among the podcast’s many highlights for me: hearing about the importance of listening (including the way that beneficially slows things down) and your recollection, Mary Jo, of bravely assembling that poetic bulletin-board content when you were a student.”

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  2. Thanks for the invite! May drop by later the week. This week’s haiku is ideal for this time of the year; you are in tune with the signs of the times.

    PS: Might it be possible to read some of your reflections on philosophy; unable to locate anything here on your site.

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    1. It’s less than 17 minutes, Jason, so you can allot your time accordingly. πŸ™‚ Philosophy rears its hoary head throughout my poetry, such as it is. My journey back to faith through years of philosophical meandering is scattered haphazardly across the ether, and as such should remain so. Thank you for asking; your blog is my only contact with the art these days.

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