Sex tape? Kardashians? This week’s podcast has a little bit of both as the gang, consisting of Kathleen, Tim, Marion, Jason along with his partner Michael and Ali the new PBQ co-op, examines the work of the talented Jameka Williams. Jameka Williams is an MFA candidate at Northwestern University hailing from Chester, PA, fifteen miles southeast of Philadelphia. Her poetry has been […]
Present at editorial table: Kathleen Volk Miller Marion Wrenn Jason Schneiderman Tim Fitts Joseph Kindt Jennifer Knox Engineering Producer: Joe Zang In rare form the Abu Dhabi editing team has invaded Philadelphia. Marion Wrenn finds herself sitting alongside Kathy, Tim and Joseph inside of the recording studio here at Drexel’s campus. The group is also […]
Present at editorial table: Kathleen Volk Miller Marion Wrenn Jason Schneiderman Engineering Producer: Joe Zang On this week’s episode, a council torn straight from the lore of Star Trek emerged to discuss the works of two poets. First up is Sarah Heffner and her pieces “I Love California More Than You” and “Maybe New Orleans” followed […]
Episode 51: Hello Neighbor Present at the Editorial Table: Kathleen Volk Miller Tim Fitts Jason Schneiderman Gregory Pardlo Engineering Producer: Joe Zang On this week’s episode of the Slush Pile, we review two poems by author Daniel Biegelson labeled “Neighbors II” and “Neighbors III”. Kathleen and the gang welcome Pulitzer Prize winner Gregory Pardlo to […]
Episode 50: An Excuse for a Buffet Present at the Editorial Table: Kathleen Volk Miller Marion Wrenn Tim Fitts Samantha Neugebauer Jason Schneiderman Engineering Producer: Joe Zang Love is in the air as the gang gets together on Valentine’s day to feature two poems by Emma Hine: “I Wake Up in the Painting by Rousseau” […]
Anxiety, God, glitter, pixie dust, sparkles… all of this can be found within our latest episode of Slush Pile, which features Rosemary Kitchen’s poem “How to Cauterize,” followed by two poems by Jessica Pierce, “Without” and “How to Take What You Want.” This is a rare occasion as the gang is all present at the editorial table—in fact– Kathleen and Marion are absolutely delighted to be physically reunited and sharing the same space and the same microphone for the first time in ages.