Each Tuesday we feature audio or video of an SR Contributor reading their work. Today we’re proud to feature this podcast by John-Michael Bloomquist.
John-Michael Bloomquist is a fifth generation Arizonan. Recently, his poetry has been published in The Carolina Quarterly, The Southeast Review, The South Dakota Review, The Portland Review and is forthcoming in Third Coast and The Lindenwood Review. He won second prize in the Glendon Swarthout poetry competition in 2010 and first prize in 2011. He is a first year MFA candidate in Poetry at Arizona State University.
You can read along with his poems in Issue 9 of Superstition Review.
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3 thoughts on “SR Pod/Vod Series: Poet John-Michael Bloomquist”
This is great! I subscribed to Superstition Review’s iTunesU Channel so that I will know when a new podcast is available.
I love being able to hear the poetry from the mouth of the writer because it gives the essence of what each word meant to the writer since we hear it from them. Here, John-Michael Bloomquist voice’s adds a new meaning to his poetry because he reads it with the intended emotion that we–as readers–can only speculate.
Another great poet. Once again, I have to mention how great it is to be able to read and listen to the work at the same time. It’s wonderful, and I’m happy Superstition Review does this!
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