In this episode, SpokenWeb research assistant Frances Grace Fyfe thinks about the literary concept of the dialogue—about conversations—by having conversations.
Hey, students! Did you know that as an undergraduate or graduate Research Assistant for SpokenWeb, you can pitch and produce podcast episodes for The SpokenWeb Podcast? On Wednesday, 22 June 2022, the two graduate students who make up the supervising production team—Kate Moffatt, supervising producer and project manager, and Miranda Eastwood, sound designer and audio […]
In this episode, SpokenWeb contributor Julia Polyck-O’Neill shares an archived recording of Canadian poet Lisa Robertson with us and talks us through two interviews she recorded with Robertson. Polyck-O’Neill invites us to consider the significance of Robertson’s intimate archival collections in light of the relationships between archives, memory, affect, and mortality.
SpokenWebPod Listening Party – Revisiting ‘The Agony and the Ecstasy of Elizabeth Smart’ — Oct 04, 2021 (Events)
We welcome Season 3 of The SpokenWeb Podcast by reintroducing and replaying an episode for you that exemplifies what our podcast is all about.
In this ShortCuts blog post, podcast producers Kate Moffatt, Kandice Sharren, and Michelle Levy have selected an audio clip from a Mavis Gallant’s reading in which she spontaneously provides contextual information during her reading, and they have reflected upon how the experience of a ‘footnote’ can differ in print and audio formats.