Spoonful

August3rd

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An interview series with the remarkable and wondrously inspiring individuals we work with to create Spoonful.

Hello Spoonful Readers!

More distraction while you wait for our next issue:
This Episode we interview the wondrous Poet behind The Storialist,, and our very own ‘Musical Interludes‘ (shucks we’re proud!), Hannah Stephenson.

Hannah is a poet, writer, editor, and instructor who earned her M.A. in English from The Ohio State University in 2006. Since then she has been published in numerous wondrous publications, writes daily in her blog the Storialist.

She does us the honour of reciting one of her poems ‘Seasonally Affected’ in the podcast, which is a beautiful example of her potent thoughtful work. She is also the magic behind the poem ‘The Pleasures of Laundry’ published in issue 1 of Spoonful, so if you want to see her inside Spoonful, head to issue 1 :)

Hannah is one of those rare gems with a beautiful philosophical perspective on the world. We feel lucky to have met her.

Also, let us know how you think we’re coming along!
Listening back to Episode 1 of our Podcast I was quite mortified at how chatty and annoying I was (Poor Luci!). LUCKILY I have managed to shoosh this podcast – as you will hear – so you are able to hear the bell-like clarity of Hannah’s voice, words and beautiful sentences… okay okay I shall shoosh yet further, but TRULY HAVE A LISTEN to this one.

If you love what I love, you will be unable not to absolutely fall in love with the poetic and genuinely lovely Hannah.

 

thea.
xx

4 Comments

  • Comment by Samuel Peralta — August 3, 2011 @ 9:29 pm

    Great podcast! I’m always amazed at Hannah’s creativity, inventiveness, and incredible work ethic. She makes it look so easy!

  • Comment by Anthea — August 3, 2011 @ 10:50 pm

    doesn’t she?? Thanks for the comment – hooray :) xx

  • Comment by Dorit — August 8, 2011 @ 11:18 pm

    Great interview and I loved her poem in the end.

  • Comment by Anthea — August 8, 2011 @ 11:28 pm

    Thanks lovely Dorit! So lovely to see your name and honoured that you of all liked it.

    thea.
    xxx

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