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In the final poem of the season, Jacob speaks with spoken word artist and SSU alum Nygel Metcalfe of Gauche Coach. They talk about Gauche Coach's latest album, artistic collaboration, and their epic literature influences. Gauche Coach Nygel Metcalfe Poetry   Stay Connected: www.ssu.ca/current-news Instagram: @ssunews Facebook: www.facebook.com/st.stephens.university
Deb Walters returns to Radio SSU with "It Is The Strangest Thing To Me" where Deb and Jacob talk about the impacts of our language and the power of community and connection. Stay Connected: www.ssu.ca/current-news Instagram: @ssunews Facebook: www.facebook.com/st.stephens.university
"Delight (and Peaches)" illustrates Marissa Wiebe's ability to capture sensory experiences with the written language. We discuss what we "dream about in winter" and the many ways we care for our communities.   Listen wherever you get your podcasts! ➡️ t.ly/Y9mu   #PoetryIs #RadioSSU #artspodcast Follow Marissa on Instagram: @MyrtleTattoos Stay Connected: www.ssu.ca/current-news Instagram: @ssunews Facebook: www.facebook.com/st.stephens.university
In the process of writing her undergraduate thesis, Tina Light went out daily to immerse herself in the natural world. Inspired by the nature writing of Annie Dilliard, "At the River's Edge" is an honour to the effects that awareness in nature has on the self. Listen wherever you get your podcasts! ➡️ t.ly/Y9mu #PoetryIs #RadioSSU #artspodcast Stay Connected: www.ssu.ca/current-news Instagram: @ssunews Facebook: www.facebook.com/st.stephens.university
On this episode, Ruben Wiens and I look at his poem "The First Night" and talk about making up words and playing with language. Stay Connected: www.ssu.ca/current-news Instagram: @ssunews Facebook: www.facebook.com/st.stephens.university
Deb Walters's poem Checkpoint 300 was inspired by a trip to Bethlehem in 2016. We discuss processes, tensions and writing out of lived experiences. We would love to have you tune in and listen to our discussion. Stephen Pavey Checkpoint 300   Stay Connected: www.ssu.ca/current-news Instagram: @ssunews Facebook: www.facebook.com/st.stephens.university
On today's episode of Radio SSU, Chelsea Sosiak of @owltreewhimsy shares her poem "Because Hearts Love to Dance". We talk about the writing evolution of her Whimsy project and the personal landscape that guides her writings. It was so enjoyable to chat with Chelsea and we hope you enjoy it too! For more from Chelsea, visit: www.owltreewhimsy.com   Stay Connected: www.ssu.ca/current-news Instagram: @ssunews Facebook: www.facebook.com/st.stephens.university
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Season 2 of Radio SSU is coming in January 2022. Stay Connected: www.ssu.ca/current-news Instagram: @ssunews Facebook: www.facebook.com/st.stephens.university
Thank you for tuning into the last episode of Season 1 of Radio SSU! To conclude, Jacob Rose shares a mixed media poem called "The Labyrinth". For more from Jacob Rose, visit www.jacobrosemusic.com. This season of Radio SSU has been made possible by Margaret Anne Smith, Rachael Barham, Katie Gorrie, Jessica Williams, Matt Balcarras, Deanna Harris, and Walter Thiessen. Music, Production, and Editing are by Jacob Rose. Radio SSU will return with Season 2 featuring new poets, storytellers and new conversations! Stay Connected: www.ssu.ca/current-news Instagram: @ssunews Facebook: www.facebook.com/st.stephens.university
"Bedtime" is the perfect poem to carry us out of March, out of the cool dark winter, and into the warm song-filled air of spring. Stay Connected: www.ssu.ca/current-news Instagram: @ssunews Facebook: www.facebook.com/st.stephens.university
As we near the end of Season 1 of Radio SSU, we have the third in a triad of poems from Jessica Williams. We would love to hear your thoughts! Share them with Jacob at radiossu@ssu.ca/ Stay Connected: www.ssu.ca/current-news Instagram: @ssunews Facebook: www.facebook.com/st.stephens.university
We have the third poem from Margaret Anne Smith today: a beautiful reflection on life.  And feel free to share your reflections with me at radiossu@ssu.ca! For more on the Stories That Inspire Campaign, visit www.ssu.ca/storiesthatinspire   Stay Connected: www.ssu.ca/current-news Instagram: @ssunews Facebook: www.facebook.com/st.stephens.university
We are thrilled to have Katie Gorrie return to Poetry Is with a collaborative poem she wrote with Erin Lindsay.   Stay Connected: www.ssu.ca/current-news Instagram: @ssunews Facebook: www.facebook.com/st.stephens.university    
It's Family Day in New Brunswick and we are back with another episode of 5 Minutes 1 Thing, the show where someone has no more than 5 minutes to share what they are finding interesting. Today, it's 5 Minutes on February Resolutions with Walter Thiessen.   Stay in Touch! www.ssu.ca/current-news Instagram: @SSUNews Facebook: @St.Stephens.University
Today's poem is from Katie Gorrie - "What Wind" Submissions If you are interested in contributing a poem or a story, fill out this form: https://bit.ly/2KhgoNH   Stay Connected www.ssu.ca/current-news Instagram: @SSUNews Facebook: www.facebook.com/st.stephens.university/
We are back with another episode of 5 Minutes 1 Thing, the show where someone has no more than 5 minutes to share what is interesting to them at this moment. Today, it's 5 Minutes on Contact Tracing from Deanna Harris.   Stay in Touch! www.ssu.ca/current-news Instagram: @SSUNews Facebook: @St.Stephens.University
Welcome to the New Year with Radio SSU. Today we have a Poetry Is episode with a poem from Dr. Margaret Anne Smith.    Submissions If you are interested in contributing a poem or a story, fill out this form Stay Connected www.ssu.ca/current-news Instagram: @SSUNews Facebook: www.facebook.com/st.stephens.university/
Katie Gorrie returns to share a momentary poem with us before we take a break until the New Year.   Submissions: We are accepting submissions in January. If you are interested in submitting a poem to Poetry Is or a story to 5 Minutes 1 Thing, send an email to radiossu[at]ssu.ca with the subject line "Radio SSU Submissions"   Stay Connected: www.ssu.ca/current-news Instagram: @ssunews Facebook: www.facebook.com/st.stephens.university    
Jessica Williams shares the first poem of December on Poetry Is.   Submissions: We are accepting submissions in January. If you are interested in submitting a poem to Poetry Is or a story to 5 Minutes 1 Thing, send an email radiossu[at]ssu.ca with the subject line "Radio SSU Submissions"   Stay Connected: www.ssu.ca/current-news Instagram: @ssunews Facebook: www.facebook.com/st.stephens.university    
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