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Poetry Spoken Here:
A bi-weekly, half-hour podcast series, hosted by Charlie Rossiter, that features interviews with poets, reviews of poetry books, examinations of individual poems, and investigations of themes in poetry. New episodes are posted the first and third Friday of every month. The series may also be accessed by subscribing free at the iTunes store.
This special themed episode of Poetry Spoken Here examines the theory and practice of Poetry Therapy. Dr. Lynn Kapitan, recent past-president of the American Art Therapy Association, discusses poetry therapy in the context of Creative Arts Therapies; clinical psychologist, Dr. Beth Jacobs, talks about her use of poetry and expressive writing in her practice; and Professor Nick Mazza, founding and current editor of the Journal of Poetry Therapy, talks about current developments in the field.
Interviews with, excerpts from and essays on 161 modern American poets. An excellent educational and training resource. The poems analyzed are available in Anthology of Modern American Poetry (Oxford Press)
The Poetry Archive has 3740 copyright-free, classical poems by 144 authors such as Emilly Dickenson, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Robert Frost, and Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
An innovative audio site where you can hear poems read by the poets who wrote them.  Also: featured poets, a poetry workshop of writing ideas, poetry news and reviews, and links to great poetry sites around the world, as well as audio and print open mics for your work.  Hosted by NAPT member Charlie Rossiter.

Irish literature and mythology
The website of HASIG, Storytelling as a Healing Art

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