“Where the Sky Opens” by Laurie Klein shows how poems can help us navigate major life changes.
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This month, Laurie Klein’s latest audio series takes flight with crow poems from Megan Willome in Black Bird Soirée.
Laurie Klein is back with another Time Lines episode and a riddle of unseen possibility, this time with Shakespeare’s Sonnets 116 and 123.
Laurie Klein and her 96 year old mentor Pat Stien kick off a new Poems to Listen By series by reading Sonnets 18 and 73 in Time Lines.
In a nod to the way poems can aid in processing grief and uncertainty, Laurie Klein reads Tess Gallagher’s “Moon Crossing Bridge.”
Laurie Klein’s Moonstruck series takes us to a poetic reflection on motherhood and the moon with Susan Cowger’s “Lunula.”
The latest episode of Moonstruck in Laurie Klein’s Poems to Listen by reflects on poems that speak to childhood traumas with a poem by Lucille Clifton and Reuben Jackson’s poem about Trayvon Martin.
The moon is full of mystery and delicate secrets. In this episode of Poems to Listen By: Moonstruck, Laurie Klein reads L.L. Barkat’s “Delicate.”
In this episode of Poems to Listen By: Moonstruck, Laurie Klein reflects on the moon and passage of time with Dame Carol Ann Duffy, Gregory Orr and Kelli Russell Agodon.
Laurie Klein concludes her “Heart & Soil” Poems to Listen By podcast series with Jane Mead’s “Where the Zinfandel Pass Their Seasons in Mute Rows.”
The latest episode of Laurie Klein’s Poems to Listen By—Heart & Soil features the poem “Sparrows” by Jamie Morewood Anderson.
In this month’s Poems to Listen By episode, Laurie Klein features poems by Richard Maxson and Anne M. Doe Overstreet in a reflection on uncertainty.
In this episode of Heart & Soil, Laurie Klein’s podcast of Poems to Listen by, enjoy this reflection on News from the Underground, and how the pesky creatures beneath our feet help restore the soil.
In the first episode of a new Poems to Listen By audio series, Laurie Klein shares a poem from Meredith Stricker and asks, What are poets for?
In a bonus Under the Canopy episode, Laurie Klein shares “Eternity” from Tracy K. Smith, reminding us to consider, where would we be without trees?
Trees and tree poems are an apt reflection of the writing process. In the eighth episode of Under the Canopy, Laurie Klein shares a poem from A. R. Ammons.
In the latest Poems to Listen By: Under the Canopy episode, Laurie Klein shares a poignant poem with a darker understory.
Laurie Klein features a poem by Andrew Hudgins in the latest Poems to Listen By podcast. Is it a coming of age reflection, or a story of lost and found?
Can a tree seduce? Be flirtatious? Enjoy these poems in Laurie Klein’s latest Poems to Listen By podcast, and you decide.
In her latest Under the Canopy episode, Laurie Klein reflects on the way trees remind us of eternity and mortality, with poetry from Paul Willis and Luci Shaw.