Poetry Sunday

Each Sunday morning WCAI features a different local poet.

The Cape and Islands region has long provided inspiration to artists. Now WCAI is giving poetry a place in its weekly line-up. Every Sunday morning during Weekend Edition the work of a different local poet will be featured. Join us at 8:34 for Poetry Sunday.

Our spring submission period closed on May 31. If you submitted a poem, you will hear from us before end of July. Thanks for your patience. Information about the poetry panel is here.

Poetry Sunday: Lucile Burt

Mar 20, 2016
Catherine Butler

Lucile Burt reads her poem, "Someone Loved Returning."

Poetry Sunday: Mary Ellen Redmond

Mar 13, 2016
Reade Whinnem

Poet Mary Ellen Redmond reads "Quiz Tomorrow."

Poetry Sunday: Donald Nitchie

Mar 6, 2016

Donald Nitchie reads his poem, "Martha's Vineyard vs Nantucket."

Poetry Sunday: Melanie Braverman

Feb 28, 2016
Dan Alder

Melanie Braverman reads her poem "Neap Tide, Provincetown."

Melanie Braverman is the author of two books: the novel EAST JUSTICE (Permanent Press, 1996), and RED (Perugia Press, 2002), winner of the Publishing Triangle Award for Poetry. MATRIMORPHOSIS, a book-length prose poem, is forthcoming from Kore Press. She is co-founder of the Alzheimer’s Family Support Center of Cape Cod, and is a devoted listener of all things.

You can email Melanie Braverman here.

Poetry Sunday: Mary E. Cronin

Feb 14, 2016
Meredith Hunnibell / dancephotographybymeredith.com

On Poetry Sunday, Mary E. Cronin reads her poem, "Running in Flip Flops."

Poetry Sunday: Fan Ogilvie

Jan 31, 2016
Poet Fan Ogilvie

This week on Poetry Sunday, Fan Ogilvie reads her poem "Square of Blue."

Poetry Sunday: Margot Wizansky

Jan 24, 2016
David Wizansky

This week on Poetry Sunday, Margot Wizansky reads her poem, "Before There Were Women."

Poetry Sunday: John Bonanni

Jan 17, 2016
David Cravenho

This week on Poetry Sunday, poet John Bonanni reads his poem, "Slipway."

Poetry Sunday: Mary Kane

Jan 10, 2016
Lori Cooney

This week on Poetry Sunday, poet Mary Kane reads her poem, "For the Hoarders." 

Poetry Sunday: Elizabeth Bradfield

Jan 3, 2016
Cotten Coulson

 

This week Poetry Sunday features Elizabeth Bradfield. She reads her poem, Midwinter: The Poet Imagines MacMillan Eating Frozen Eider Eggs in Labrador.

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