To open Season 3 of How it Looks from Here, podcast hosts Gary Ferguson and Mary Clare had the opportunity to record a panel of five authors for the first and second episodes of Season 3. Mary facilitated a conversation that included poets, fiction and nonfiction writers, Beth Piatote, Camille Dungy, J Drew Lanham, Gary Ferguson and Pam Uschuk. Check out the link to the first part of that conversation.
As of September 14, all episodes of the first season of Immaterial from the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Magnificent Noise are available at Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. If you haven’t had a chance to listen to the podcast, hosted by Camille, follow this link to see what you’ve been missing.
This semester, Camille is serving as the Edward J. Arnold Visiting Professor of Environmental Humanities at Whitman College. Tune in on Wednesday, September 21 to hear her read from and discuss her work. Attend the event here.
Camille had a chance to chat with Benjamin Korman at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York about the making of the Immaterial podcast. Check out the conversation here.
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In Episode 5: Sea of White Women, a Black woman “faces condescension and hostility when she brings up racial equity in her mostly white graduate program.” Tune in on Audible to hear Camille’s advice. Spoiler alert: of course she turns to Lucille Clifton, but the other poem might come as a surprise.
And it’s about clay!