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Sound Poetry with host David Gilmour



  • Glenn comes back, discusses movies, the state of the nation, and reads outrageous poetry


  • David Gilmour’s second interview with Bill Fay, including his entire “Mexican Redondo” as well as discussion and a poem about Susan B. Anthony


  • David Gilmour interviews Haiku master, Richard Tice


  • David Gilmour interviews Fox Island poet, Bill Fay


  • David Gilmour and Steve Nebel discuss Sound Poetry, how it started, and how passionate they are about it


  • David Gilmour with Haiku artist Carmen Sterba, who speaks about her years living in Japan and the local Haiku organization


  • David Gilmour interviews Christina Butcher of Blue Cactus Press


  • David Gilmour interviews poet Ieisha McIntyre


  • David Gilmour interviews poet Abigail Viscarra Perez


  • David Gilmour interviews poet Martha Silano. They talk about their experiences with local demonstrators surrounding the death of George Floyd


  • David Gilmour interviews Molly Tennenbaum, who speaks of her ventriloquist grandparents


  • David Gilmour interviewing Port Townsend poet, Linda M. Robertson


  • David Gilmour interviewing Portland poet, Jay Nebel


  • Group poetry reading with David Gilmour, Susan Gilmour, Steve Nebel, and Kristi Nebel


  • Harpist and Writer Diemm 


  •  John Ramm


  • David Gilmour interviewing Glenn Butkus – WARNING ADULT LANGUAGE


  • 2019-2021 Tacoma Poet Laureate – Abby E. Murray 


  • Latest Sound Poetry interview. Josie Turner interviewed by David Gilmour.


  • This is Kristi Nebel interviewing Kathye Long about the poetry of Rob Folsom. Anyone who attended Victory open mikes as a regular will remember Rob. He also ran a recording studio, and a sound company. He was the founder of the Wintergrass Bluegrass Festival.”


  • Interview with Pat Dixon


  • This is Allen Braden, poet, born in farming country, chair of the humanities at TCC


  •  Lucas Smiraldo


  • Michael Magee


  •  Bill Kupinse


  • “This is an interview of David Gilmour conducted by Kristi Nebel. David reads some of his poetry and talks about his background. He even sings a wee song.”