Podcast #32: Katie Greenbrown

Katie Greenbrown is a writer and poet, she writes copy, scripts, spoken word, fiction, experimental films and long letters to friends.

She’s part of York’s ever growing spoken word scene, runs PechKucha on behalf of Artsbarge, and is creating experimental work with Northern Electric – A York Collective.

In this episode we discuss their upcoming WW1 centenary memorial project, taking place in in Rowntrees park, how where you live affects the themes you choose to explore in your work, how art can change your perception on history and heritage, and the all important question of why humans have the drive to create.

Poems by Katie:

Rust | Post Modern Love Story

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Podcast #30: Rose Drew

Rose Drew (@rosebonecrone) is a poet, anthropologist, book publisher and events manager. Along with her partner Alan she runs Stairwell Books, and has co-hosted York Spoken Word Poetry & Prose Open Mic since January 2006.

In this episode we cover the creative process of bringing a poem to life, how to prepare for public speaking, we touch on politics and soaring house prices as Rose reads a poem about Grenfell Tower, as well as the importance of the arts in developing self-confidence.

 

The Poetry Show podcast – http://www.poetry.show

Stairwell Books – http://www.stairwellbooks.co.uk/

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Podcast #26: David Jarman

David Jarman (@JarmanPoetry) is a poet, playwright and songwriter, currently working on a solo show called “Made of Nowhere” to be produced in autumn 2018. This time last year he was Poet in Residence at the Great Yorkshire Fringe, he’s an associate artist at both Say Owt and Common Ground Theatre, and as a playwright has written re-imaginings of Robin Hood, Alice in Wonderland and The Wind in the Willows, which have been performed at York Theatre Royal and Bolton Abbey Estate.

In this episode we chat about the juggling act of working across multiple mediums, his advice on dealing with creative burnout, and how having other people in the room pushes you forward to finish your work.

https://facebook.com/jarmanpoetry

Resources:

https://royalcourttheatre.com/podcasts
https://imaginaryadvice.com

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