Jody Gladding- Conversations with Vermont Poets (2016)


Sundog Poetry Center continued the discourse of poetry with their 2016 series, Conversations With Vermont Poets. By visiting each poet in their home, we learned the answers to such questions as

  • What brought you to poetry and to writing poetry?
  • What is it about reading and writing poetry that sets apart this work with language from other genres?
  • How has living and writing in Vermont affected and entered into your poetry?

Explore our conversation with Jody Gladding with this audio CD – perfect for enjoying around the house or in the car.

Run Time: 49:53


Jody Gladding is a poet and translator. She has published three full-length collections of poetry, and two letterpress edition chapbooks. Her work has appeared widely in journals, including Orion, Ecopoetics, Best American Experimental Writing, and Northern Woodlands. She has translated some thirty books from French, for which she has received numerous grants and prizes. She has taught in MFA Programs at Vermont College of Fine Arts and Drew University, and is now directing the Writing Program at the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, VT. Her awards and honors include MacDowell and Stegner Fellowships, a Whiting Writers’ Award and Yale Younger Poets Prize. Her work explores the places where language and landscape converge.



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