The Nerve Ep 48: Poet and academic Emily Cullen

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Abstract

In this final episode of the podcast for this academic year, Jenny is joined by poet, scholar, harper and Arts curator, Emily Cullen. Emily is currently the Poet in Residence in the University of Limerick and combines that role with poetry writing as well as curating literature and poetry events. On foot of Poetry Day Ireland, Emily talks about the importance of poetry in Irish life, her “scenic” route to where she is now, and teaching as a mutually enriching experience for students and teachers alike. She also reads and discusses a poem from her collection, Conditional Perfect (2019).


Show notes:


Below is the list of texts referred to during the podcast.


No vague utopia by Emily Cullen


In between angels and animals by Emily Cullen


Conditional Perfect by Emily Cullen


Letters to a young poet by Rainier Maria Rilke


Poetry Writing: An Expert Guide by Fiona Sampson


Writing down the bones by Natalie Goldberg


Straw for the Fire by Theodore Roethke


Various texts by Annie Finch
Original languageEnglish (Ireland)
Publication statusPublished - 29 Apr 2022

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