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Interview with Jazz musician, playwright Jeff RobinsonI interviewed Robinson at the Cafe Algiers in Harvard Square around 2002 or so.... Robinson is a fixture on the Boston Poetry, Jazz and music scene. Robinson talks about Miles Davis, Quincy Troupe, the Cambridge Poetry Festival, etc... Best heard with earphones...
Elizabeth McKim-- a pioneer of the Expressive Arts MovementThis is an interview I conducted on my Somerville Community Access TV show "Poet to Poet" Elizabeth Gordon McKim is a pioneer of the Expressive Arts Movement.Elizabeth Gordon McKim has published five books of poetry, the latest being The ReEd Thread (Leapfrog Press). She is a teacher, performance poet, spoken word artist, and has been an adjunct professor for forty years in the department of Creative Arts in Learning at Lesley University. McKim is the poet laureate of the European Graduate School, and the Jazz Poet of Lynn where she lives, in a renovated shoe factory. She is included with four others in the new anthology, Wild Women of Lynn, published by Blaine Hebbel and The Ring of Bone Press.
Interview with first Boston Poet Laureate Sam CornishDoug Holder interviews poet Sam Cornish--Aug 19, 2014. This is on his show: Poet to Poet: Writer to Writer. ( Somerville Community Access TV) Cornish talks about his tenure as Boston Poet Laureate under Mayor Menino, the death of Amiri Baraka, the Black Arts Movement in the 60s , etc...