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Meat For TeacastOct 05, 2021
S5 E8 Florence Poets Society release reading for Silkworm 16: Wide Open
In this episode we feature a terrific live recording of the opening reading for the release of the Florence Poets Society's Silkworm journal, issue 16, Wide Open. A bit cinéma vérité sonically, but we think that's great! Sit back and enjoy. Host Tommy Twilite is a charm.
For more info, please visit http://www.florencepoets.com/
S5 E7 100 Thousand Poets for Change 2023! Pt.2
Here we present the second half of our participation in the annual 100 Thousand Poets for Change event. If you've not heard of it, definitely look it up! The founder, Michael Rothenberg, sadly passed away in 2022 - he was our guest here in 2020, and we re-visited that episode midway through last season as well. Do check that out - he was a wonderful human. This episode features performances by Tommy Twilite, Eric Lee, LD Green and Mistress Miriam's Two-Cent Revue.
S5 E6 Patreon Exclusive: a preview!
Here we have a preview of the spoken word from Le Cirque Avant la Lune Froide, Saturday, December 3, 2022! Jane Yolen & Peter Tacy, Carla Cooke, Chaya Grossberg, Jacob Chapman, Gerald Yelle, Elizabeth Appelquist, Richard Wayne Horton, Tommy Twilite and Charles Coe. To hear the full episode and lots of other goodies, please consider supporting what we do on our Patreon!
S5 E5 100 Thousand Poets for Change 2023! Pt.1
Here we present the first half of our participation in the annual 100 Thousand Poets for Change event. If you've not heard of it, definitely look it up! The founder, Michael Rothenberg, sadly passed away in 2022 - he was our guest here in 2020, and we re-visited that episode midway through last season as well. Do check that out - he was a wonderful human. This episode features performances by Two.Five, Kim Keough, Daniel Hales of Frost Heaves and Hales, Josh Levy and Adam Zucker of Outro and Beth Filson.
S5 E4 (S5 Bonus Episode #1!) Christian Livermore - book launch reading and discussion.
For this bonus episode, we're featuring the live (on Zoom) reading and discussion with Christian Livermore for her debut novel on Meat For Tea Press The Very Special Dead. Hosted by noted author Jacob Polley!
Please join us and Christian at The Emily Williston Library in Easthampton MA, Oct 18, Splendor Solis Books in Northampton MA, Oct 20, and at the Hygenic Art Gallery, New London, CT Oct 21! She'll be reading from the novel, taking some Q&A and signing books, which will be available for purchase.
You can find out more about Christian at https://www.christianlivermore.com/ and order her new novel from https://www.meatfortea.com/chapbooks.htm or by visiting meatfortea.com and getting the ISBN and ordering it from your local bookstore!
S5 E3 Gayle Brandeis - again!
Author, poet, writer Gayle Brandeis has a new book out, Drawing Breath: Essays on Writing, the Body, and Loss, and joins Elizabeth for a second excellent conversation. Too much to list! Just grab a snack/beverage/comfy place to sit and tuck right into this super episode!
Be sure to check out Gayle's works at gaylebrandeis.com too!
S5 E2 ...one of those where Elizabeth and Mark are Featured Guests
One of the great things about hosting a podcast is guesting on other people's podcasts - and radio shows that are also podcasted!
This episode features Elizabeth and Mark, both of whom were guests on Tammy Takaishi's Creative Peacemeal, and then were asked by the lovely Tammy to come on her show and interview her for her 100th episode! Here we present a segment of the full podcast.
Then, Elizabeth and Mark were guests on the Fabulous 413 with the fabulous Kaliis and Monte - on NEPM radio here in the... 413... which also is available as a podcast after their initial air dates! This is their segment from the September 9th, 2023 show.
Do check out their podcasts if you like what you hear here!
The Fabulous 413:
S5 E1 Table read of A Long Moment in the South by Richard Wayne Horton
Hi and welcome to the season 5 premiere! We've got a treat for you! Elizabeth and Mark are joined by Jovanna Van Pelt and Richard Wayne Horton in a table reading of A Long Moment in the South, part of Richard's book Artists in the Underworld. The book is out on Human Error Publishing. Richard is a frequent contributor to Meat For Tea. (See also his Meat For Tea Press book Sticks and Bones!)
We hope you enjoy this special recording of this excellent work.
"Stories do what their roots tell them to do, and the roots run deep in these stories. The book starts with eleven published stories in the dark range, then goes on to “A Long Moment In The South,” flash fiction, set in three Texas towns from 1953 to 1957. A strong voice and a person to person talking style takes the reader inside the stories. "...razor sharp language..." –Amy Laprade, novelist.
"...the driest sense of humor...this is a horse that leads YOU to water...and you drink it..." –Joshua Michael Stewart, poet.
You can get your copy of Artists in the Underworld at https://www.amazon.com/Artists-Underworld-2023-Richard-Horton/dp/1948521679
Do check out https://www.humanerrorpublishing.com and of course https://meatfortea.com !
S4 E33 Jeffrey Feingold
Wrapping up season 4 with a bang! Elizabeth converses with writer Jeffrey Feingold (author of the Meat For Tea Press book The Black Hole Pastrami - Stories and the bookThere is No Death in Finding Nemo on Impspired.) A lot of ground is covered discussing facets of Creative Non-Fiction and more. Jeffrey reads one of the storied from The Black Hole Pastrami as well. A real treat!
More can be found at https://jeffreymfeingold.com/ and very soon his book will be available at https://meatfortea.com/chapbooks.htm
S4 E32 Jerome Berglund
Wow! What a fast-paced, exciting episode this is! Elizabeth has an amazing conversation with writer Jerome Berglund (author of the Meat For Tea Press book Funny Pages) and who has also worked on feature films and is also an award-winning fashion and fine arts arts photographer (check out his IMDB!) covering a range of topics from Senryu and Haiku to politics, trials and tribulations of what a college degree is worth, to conspiracies (or are they?) and much much more. He reads some original work as well. Oh! He's also an editor! It's a wild ride. Grab a snack and a beverage and tuck in!
Follow him on twitter @BerglundJerome
Additonally, please consider donating to support some of our local farms (or local farms wherever you might be) who have been affected by recent flooding/climate change!
S4 E31 Karen Poppy
A fabulous conversation as writer Karen Poppy joins Elizabeth to talk writing, comparisons and contrasts, some good socio-political talk, and more! Karen reads from their current book Diving at the Lip of the Water, as well as a new, heretofore unreleased piece. And the comparisons and contrasts get illustrated when they read from two favorite authors' works as well.
Find out more about Karen at:
and on Instagram at @13foxesdesigns
S4 E30 (S4 Bonus Episode #5) Readers at Le Cirque Avant la Lune Froide!
Here's a preview of a Patreon Exclusive episode, the spoken word section of Le Cirque Avant la Lune Froide, December 3, 2022 at Abandoned Building Brewery. To hear the full episode and more, sign up for our Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/meatfortea. The higher tiers not only get the bonus audio content, but a PDF of each new issue of Meat For Tea: The Valley Review every quarter!
Readers in the full episode are:
Andrew Varnon, Gerald Yelle, Lindsay Adkins, Richard Wayne Horton, Mary Jennings, Michael Favala Goldman and Jacob Chapman!
S4 E29 Lindsay Adkins - Book release at Splendor Solis Books
S4 E28 Francesca Bell
Join Elizabeth and Francesca Bell, author and poet of What Small Sound, Bright Stain and Whoever Drowned Here in a great conversation. Trigger warnings, censorship, speaking (and translating) German, and more. Francesca reads a couple of selections from What Small Sound and also a poem from her upcoming book of Max Sessner poems, translated from his native German.
Find more about Francesca at https://www.francescabellpoet.com/
Learn more about the playlists that Elizabeth's son does at https://www.mayithowl.com/
S4 E27 (S4 Bonus Episode #4) Elizabeth MacDuffie on the Notes McGotes Podcast
For this bonus we have an excerpt from Episode 259 of the Notes McGotes where Brandon flies solo with Elizabeth discussing Patti Smith Group's album Easter. If you like what you hear here, please do check out the full episode and more wherever you get your favorite podcasts!
For more about the Notes McGotes Podcast, go here: https://linktr.ee/notesmcgotespod
S4 E26 Dianne and Kevin Germain of Splendor Solis Books
We're joined by Dianne and Kevin Germain of Splendor Solis Books in Northampton, MA. We have a really great chat about how they came to own and run their store, their history, record and book shopping, tin cans and string, and a whole lot more! Grab a snack and a beverage and settle in for this fun conversation!
Mentioned in this episode, the album We're OK. But We're Lost Anyway. from Orchestre Tout Puissant Marcel Duchamp.
S4 E25 Patreon Exclusive: a preview!
For this exclusive episode, we have the readers for the Meat For Tea portion of the Human Error Publishing Poetry Month reading from April 2, 2023 at the Divine Theater at Gateway City Arts in Holyoke, MA. Featuring Tam Fricke, Gerald Yelle and Lindsay Adkins! Enjoy this preview featuring one of Lindsay's pieces from her chapbook (on Meat For Tea Press) Fixing The Halo. If you enjoyed this and want to hear the rest of the readings, plus lots of other Patreon exclusive stuff, please consider joining our Patreon at patreon.com/meatfortea
S4 E24 100th Episode!
Hey hey! Welcome to a live recording in our house with David P. Miller, Jane Wiley, Tommy Twilite, Daniel Hales and James Lowe! Join us for a semi-free-form discussion, with a reading from David, and music from Tommy and The Frost Heaves & HaLeS: Daniel and James (with Tommy joining in) and much more. Be a fly on the wall at Meat For Teacast HQ with this largely unedited capture of a good hang with some great people! Yes, there's "language" and there's "politics" but at this point, 100 episodes in to the Meat For Tea Cast, what do you expect?! Ha. Please grab a beverage and snack and sit back and enjoy the ride.
S4 E23 Patreon Exclusive: a preview!
For this episode, the dynamic duo Fred Cracklin said we could share their set from Le Cirque Avant la Lune Froide: Saturday, December 3, 2022! It's a rockin' good time. To hear the full set, subscribe to our Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/meatfortea for this and other goodies, with lots more to come!
S4 E22: Marina Barcenilla
Join Elizabeth as she has one heck of a talk with Marina Barcenilla - independent perfumer and fragrance educator, and, randomly, an Astrobiology Doctoral Researcher at the University of Westminster and Natural History Museum in London. This one is lively! Chemicals! Natural Cosmetics! Pedro Pascal! The conversation also goes full Chant Rat. (You'll need to listen to get it. Listen! You'll love it.)
More about Marina can be found here:
and on Instagram:
S4 E21 Patreon Exclusive: a preview!
Bad Girls Book Party - the Bad Girls of Poetry!
Hi hi! So, we have here a terrific reading celebrating Jane Muschenetz's chapbook All the Bad Girls Wear Russian Accents.
Host: Katie Manning (Whale Road Review)
Featuring: Jane Muschenetz
S4 E20 Madcollage
Buckle up! One heck of a conversation with Elizabeth and Madcollage, collage artist, writer and the host of the Six Impossible Things podcast! The discussion ranges from Alice in Wonderland to artist statements, from old school TV to analog vs. digital in the visual arts, and more!
For more information, check out these links:
Six Impossible Things Trailer: https://open.spotify.com/episode/2CYfprIN6Dnr0KxUccJALk
Madcollage website: https://www.madcollage.com/shop
Madcollage Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lovemadcollage/
Madcollage Linktree for Redbubble and more: https://linktr.ee/madcollage
S4 E19 John Yamrus - again!
We welcome back writer John Yamrus. Elizabeth and John have a free-form conversation ranging from music to writing and much more. John's most recent book, Twenty Four Poems is available from Meat For Tea Press, and his prior book Selected Poems: The Director's Cut, an expansive volume is out through Concrete Mist Press. John reads from his works including some newer, never-published poems! A terrific ride, we promise.
For more from John, go back and check out S2 E18!
S4 E18 Rick Paar and Joshua Michael Stewart
Ahoy! Elizabeth has a great chat session with Meat For Tea contributors Rick Paar and Joshua Michael Stewart in this packed episode. They read from their most recent works, including a new, unpublished piece from Joshua, and much much more!
Rick's book God Bless America and Breakfast Burritos to Go (Meat For Tea Press) can be found here:
and Joshua can be found at https://www.joshuamichaelstewart.com/
Their reading (Tuesday, Feb 21, 2023) is listed here: https://www.facebook.com/events/867387794489389
S4 E17 Scott Ferry, Lillian Necakov & Lauren Scharhag
We welcome the authors of our upcoming Meat For Tea Press book Midnight Glossolalia to this engaging episode. They read some of the works in this collaborative book, talk about creative process and a ton more. Do tuck in! Warning! There is some "language" in this episode. But we're all adults here, right? Right.
S4 E16 Mary Buchinger and Mark Lew
The third and last installment in our 2022 Pushcart Nominees' series, this one features a terrific conversation with Mary Buchinger and Mark Lew. Topic range from the english language and the importance of retaining words to writing processes, and beyond. They read their nominated pieces as well - a real treat. AND! We've got more 6 Word Stories culled from our Meat For Teacast Facebook page participants! If you've not heard the prior two installments of the Pushcart Nominees' series, we highly recommend going back to those - after you've finished this episode, of course!
S4 E15 Patreon Exclusive: a preview!
For this episode, it's all about music. The live music from the June 2022 Cirque, in fact. Two bands! First up, we have The Urojets, then Owen Manure. Please enjoy these great shows, recorded live at Abandoned Building Brewery at Les Cirques des Abeilles: Saturday, June 11, 2022.
For the full episode, please consider joining our Patreon at patreon.com/meatfortea - you'll get a bunch of cool stuff and the joy that comes with supporting an independent arts and literary journal and it's related podcast!
S4 E14 Carla Cooke and Robert Peate
Welcome back for part two of our three-part series featuring our 2022 Pushcart Prize nominees. Carla Cooke and Robert Peate talks writing, some politics, media, and more with Elizabeth in this engrossing episode. Make yourself comfortable and tuck right in!
Carla's work in Meat For Tea can be found in the Russian Caravan issue, and Robert's in the Mugwort, Russian Caravan, Criadilla de Toro and Passionfruit issues. meatfortea.com/buy.htm
S4 E13 Charles Coe and Tamara Fricke
Welcome to part one of our three-part series featuring our 2022 Pushcart Prize nominees. Charles Coe and Tamara Fricke have an extensive conversation - not to mention highly entertaining! - with Elizabeth, discussing writing and the creative process, featuring them reading some of their works, including those nominated for the Pushcart, and much, much more. Grab a beverage, a snack, and tuck right in!
S4 E12 (S4 Bonus #3) Elizabeth MacDuffie on Learn German Through Music Podcast
(Opening song by Tom Kovar - thanks, Tom!)
We have a special preview of this episode from Paisley Productions' Learn German Through Music podcast, where Elizabeth was that episode's guest!
"A great way to learn German for music lovers!
Learn 30 new vocabulary words each lesson by listening to popular German language songs. Each lesson features a song in a different genre, from indie to rap, punk to reggae, pop to heavy metal, "Learn German though Music” will help you build vocabulary quickly, while improving listening and pronunciation skills. We hope you will enjoy this podcast, and benefit from music as a fun, and effective learning tool!"
Direct link to the episode featured here:
Link to Learn German Through Music podcast:
S4 E11 Matthew McKee
Elizabeth and Matthew McKee have a great conversation about his new book Keeping the Stars Awake from Atmosphere Press, how he landed in Japan, and a whole lot more! Let us mention, please, that his website is https://matthewjmckee.com - it might not have been clear in the episode itself!
In Memorium: Michael Rothenberg
We're reprising our episode (S1 E20, August 20, 2020) - our conversation with Michael Rothenberg - upon the sad news of his passing. Our hearts go out to all of those whose lives he touched. He will be very dearly missed.
The twentieth episode of the Meat For Teacast, and the season one finale! Join Elizabeth in conversation with Michael Rothenberg, writer, artist, and co-founder of 100,000 Poets, Artists and Musicians for Change. And hear the world premiere of a track from his new album Dystopic Relapse, with the track "Incarceration of the Orange Bartender." (Longineu Parsons-trumpet. Michael Bakan-drums and percussion. Brian Hall-double bass. Tribal Records. Tribaldisorder.com).
S4 E10 Scott Ferry
Join Elizabeth and author/poet and RN Scott Ferry for a lively conversation about poetry and writing, some politics, his background, and much more! He reads some of his works as well - a big treat.
Find more about Scott and his books here: https://ferrypoetry.com/books/
S4 E9 (S4 Bonus #2) Elizabeth MacDuffie on The Ratchet Book Club's Storytellers
We have a special preview of this episode from Derik Jones' Ratchet Book Club.
"In this episode, Elizabeth from the Meat for Tea podcast, Stew from the Stew World Order podcast, Paisley from the Learn German Through Music podcast and Amanda from the Momma Murdered a Podcast join together to create a story based on the following phrases: Nudist, Invitation from a stranger, and Box of hair. Enjoy."
Check out the full episode here: https://www.goodpods.com/episodes/24460513
Also: "4 Minds. One Story. We have fused two age-old activities; Storytelling and the game Telephone into a thrilling new medium. Storytellers. We build delicious little narratives. Come try one. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tales-we-tell/support "
S4 E8 Patreon Exclusive: a preview!
Jane Yolen and Peter Tacy! For the full episode, please consider joining our Patreon and help support what we do. We promise exclusive stuff over there!
This is a live recording from October 25, 2022 at the Emily Williston Library in Easthampton MA. Unedited, and cleaned up as best as could be (air handler in the same room as the reading!) they read from their Meat For Tea Press book The Black Dog Poems, as well as other "back and forth" poems, and have a lovely informal Q&A at the end.
S4 E7 John Berglund
What a great conversation we had with John Berglund of Tijon (Saint Martin, Charlottesville and New Orleans). He's an expert perfumer and author, and our chat ranges from perfuming, writing, life on the island of Saint Martin (and our meeting him on our visit there) and beyond.
S4 E6 Lesléa Newman and Tzivia Gover
Authors Lesléa Newman and Tzivia Gover and Elizabeth discuss their writing, their latest book Sleep Tight Through The Night, and provide readings from their works. The discussion goes, as is par for the Meat For Teacast way, wide-ranging. Grab a cuppa and settle in!
S5 E5 Patreon Exclusive: a preview!
Here's a preview of the full episode available to our Patreon supporters. Please consider signing up and supporting what we do. For as little as $2/month, you get all the exclusive content uploaded to our Patreon. For $4/month, you also get a PDF of each new issue after it comes out! https://www.patreon.com/meatfortea
Here's what's in store:
At this year's North Quabbin Garlic and Arts Festival, there were the Spoken Word in the Woods events, hosted by Paul Richmond and Human Error Publishing. This exclusive recording of Meat For Tea's contribution to these events features an introduction and Reading by our own Elizabeth MacDuffie, with featured readers Joshua Michael Stewart, Jacob Chapman and Candace Curran!
S4 E4 Mark Budman
To seek out more, go to markbudman.com/
S4 E3 Christian Livermore
Wowza, do Elizabeth and Christian Livermore ever go deep on this one. They discuss her upcoming book We Are Not Okay and dive deep into some of the politics, personal experiences and sociology involved. She also reads some really compelling sections of the book. And of course, as is the way of the Meat For Teacast, they go off on delightful tangents.
You can find out more about Christian's books at https://www.christianlivermore.com/books-1
Also mentioned in this episode are her current reads/listens/watches:
Heavy by Kiese Laymon is a current read.
Leadbelly, especially 'Where Did You Sleep Last night,' and the music of William Elliott Whitmore.
Ted Bundy: Falling for a Killer is a recommended viewing.
S4 E2 (S4 Bonus #1) Elizabeth MacDuffie on The Antler Queens: A Yellowjackets Podcast
As we reset our schedule to our regular release dates, here's an excerpt from Elizabeth's appearance on the Antler Queens podcast!
If you want to hear the entire episode, go here:
S4 E1 Donna Lynch and Steven Archer
Welcome to the first episode of Season 4! Wow. Buckle up. Our conversation with authors, musicians, writers, Bram Stoker Award nominees - - - goes left, right, up, down and all around. Please tuck in and enjoy with us, this chat, covering writing, the creative process, running weatherproof CAT-5 cable under a porch out to a garage in the rain - and, well - you'll have to listen to find out!
Places to find out more:
Plus facebook, instagram, tiktok, twitter, and all that good stuff. Easy peasy to search for them! So get on it.
S3 E27 (S3 bonus episode #2!) Elizabeth MacDuffie on the No Book Club podcast
Join host Matt Latham with our own Elizabeth MacDuffie discussing Yellowjackets - and in particular the character of Shauna - on the No Book Club podcast! For the full episode, please search your favorite podcast listening service for No Book Club episode 14 from July 25, 2022.
From the episode description:
"Character Spotlight on... Shauna
Welcome back to NO BOOK CLUB: A YELLOWJACKETS PODCAST...
In the first of a series of specials between Seasons 1 and 2, your host Matt Latham is joined by Meat for Tea publisher and podcaster Elizabeth Macduffie, for this character spotlight discussing Shauna in detail...
Host / Editor
S3 E26 (S3 bonus episode #1!) Elizabeth MacDuffie on The Notes McGotes Podcast
Elizabeth was a guest on The Notes McGotes Podcast recently! The July 29, 2022 episode "Episode 179: Baby I'm-a Want You by Bread with Elizabeth MacDuffie" their description of her appearance is as follows:
"What a way to end hate month then with this WONDER of an album by a band who is more moldy than the protein you find on the crust. The conversation we had with Elizabeth was one of a kind, filled with puns and *NSYNC."
S3 E25 Daniel Hales
What a fun freeform chat we had with Daniel Hales, author, artist and musician (of Frost Heaves and Hales, Umbral and The Ambiguities.) We talk about music, writing, subtleties of submitting work to literary journals (and their themes/not themes) and more. He reads a couple of pieces of his work and plays a couple songs live for us as well. Do check this out!https://danielhales.com
S3 E24 Jason Mazzotta aka Jason Bourgeois
Elizabeth and Mark have a great chat with Jason Mazzotta about music, recording at home, writing, films, records, books, and a ton more. A fun, sprawling (as usual!) conversation. Grab a snack and tuck in!
You can find more of his (and Beach Honey's) music here:
Instagram: @jasonbourgeoismusic & @beachhoneymusic
And find more about his films here:
And all about Rub Wrongways Records' releases (some as mentioned in this episode) here:
S3 E23 Patrick Scott
Elizabeth has a marvelous conversation with author Patrick Scott, discussing his book Unburied as well as writing methods and ideas, and in a twist, he turns the tables and "interviews" Elizabeth for a bit as well. He reads excerpts from his book, as well as a past short story contribution to Meat For Tea.
Find out more at Twitter: @patrickscottbo1 Instagram: @patrickscottbooks and at https://atmospherepress.com/
Also, regarding the ways you can support womens' health - as we discuss in the intro - here are some links:
S3 E22 Maxim Furek
We have a lengthy conversation with Maxim W. Furek, author of Somebody Else's Dream - Dakota, The Buoys & "Timothy". It's a far ranging discussion from the song and the band that made it (in)famous), to the paranormal, and much more! Find his book and more here: https://www.maximfurek.com
S3 E21: Elizabeth MacDuffie on the Better Left Unsaid Podcast!
Elizabeth was Zach Brinkman's guest on his excellent podcast Better Left Unsaid. Enjoy this excerpt, then go check out the full episode as well as all the other BLU episodes wherever you get your podcasts!
"Zach is joined by Elizabeth Macduffie, Host of the Meat for Teacast and Co-founder and editor of Meat For Tea, The Valley Review. We dive into composition and make stops at sooooo many tangents along the way! Listen to H Jon Benjamin's Jazz Album at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DTQEVXLAfc4 Find Meat For Tea at https://meatfortea.com/ and submit your own stories at to be featured at http://meatfortea.com/submit.htm Submit your embarrassing stories at email@example.com and follow us on our social media! Instagram: @bl_unsaid Twitter: @blunsaidpodcast"
S3 E20 Reid Messerschmidt
Writer and Creator of The Irrationally Exuberant Podcast, Reid Messerschmidt has a great and diverse chat with Elizabeth about, well, a lot of stuff. A whole lot of stuff. No kidding. Lots of stuff. Great Stuff. And Reid reads some of his works. A Do-Not-Miss!
Find The Irrationally Exuberant here, or wherever you get your favorite podcasts.