27. august 2020
How to Proceed – with Terrance Hayes
A new episode in our podcast with Linn Ullmann
In this episode, Linn Ullmann talks to the American poet Terrance Hayes about poetry in the time of pandemics and Trump, about intimacy and vulnerability, about his obsession with time, form and order, and about poetry as both weapon and refuge.
Music by Kingocito and Sandra Kolstad. Artwork by Julius Vidarsønn Langhoff.
The signal between Oslo and New York is unfortunately somewhat suboptimal – something we experience from time to time in this zoom era. We hope you can hear past this, and enjoy Terrance Hayes’s thoughtful reflections and beautiful readings!
Listen to the episode here:
BONUS: Listen to Hayes’ reading of his poem “Arbor for Butch” right here:
Want more? In the episode, Linn Ullmann and Terrance Hayes talks about:
One Hundred Years of Solitude, Gabriel García Márquez
T. S. Eliot
Native Guard, Natasha Trethewey
Edgar Allan Poe
Tracy K. Smith
Joyce Carol Oates