What is Poets and Muses? | Who’s Imogen Arate? | Awards | Press clippings | Interview requests
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During each episode, two poems serve as the doorway into an exploration of diverse human experiences. Topics we’ve covered include love, climate change, friendships, mental and physical health, immigration, child abuse, sex, gender equality, refugee life, body imagery, indigenous rights, suicide, police brutality, death of loved ones, hope, human trafficking, nature, mass shootings, representation in media, terrorism, LGBTQIA rights, homelessness and families.
While we feature poets with a range of artistic history, the podcast is mainly a platform for emergent poetic voices from a variety of social-economic backgrounds.
In addition to showcasing an array of representative voices, Poets and Muses also aims to dispel misgivings and apprehension the listening public has toward poetry, as well as to inspire people to adopt poetry as a mode of self expression. Take a listen.
Who Is Imogen Arate
Imogen Arate is an award-winning poet who has written poetry since her tween years, in four languages and published in two.
Her poems “A Declaration of Loyalty” and “Sanctuary” took home the second and third prize of the 2020 National Federation of Press Women at-large Communications contest.
She is also the 2019 Phoenix Poetry Slam Erotic Haiku Deathmatch Champion
Episode 56 of the BeerEDU Podcast on January 18th
Interview with Women’s Health Interactive
August 7th Phoenix New Times tribute to Toni Morrison
July Interview with The Differential:
The University of Arizona College of Medicine ‒ Phoenix Student Publication