Thursday, March 22, 2012

Episode 35: Julianne Buchsbaum

Julianne Buchsbaum won the 2011 National Poetry Series Award for her third book, The Apothecary’s Heir, which is forthcoming from Penguin in May, 2012. Her other works include Slowly, Slowly, Horses from Ausable Press, and A Little Night Comes, from Web del Sol. Her poems have also appeared in Gettysburg Review, The Iowa Review, Verse, and the Denver Quarterly. This episode of the Kansas Blotter podcast is a recording of Julie reading poems at the Raven bookstore on January 26th, 2011. Poet Judith Roitman introduces Julie.

Episode 35: Julianne Buchsbaum

1 comment:

  1. Julie, it's so nice to hear your voice, your personality, and your thoughts again! A lot of the rather distinctive, quirky ideas and feelings you expressed in the poems resonated deeply with me, especially those in your poems about summer and the office. These took me aback with the shock of recognition, conjuring very vivid, unpleasant recollections of all-too-similar experience-feelings!

    It's a thrill and a delight to see that some of the talents I remember you so well for, from so far back, have been reaching such felicitous fruition--both in terms of public acclaim and of actual merit (in my opinion). Congratulations, and godspeed!