May 2015. David Turner talks to Paul McMenemy about getting into poetry by accident as a way of passing exams, the immediacy of poetry and the beauty of how it lingers in the mind, publishing and selling Lunar Poetry magazine, and the failure of most poetry to market itself well. Paul reads three poems:
'Untitled' - 00:00:43
‘Scottish Country Dancing’ - 00:11:40
‘It’s not the economy and don’t call me stupid’ - 00:25:37
Download a transcript of this conversation here: https://lunarpoetrypodcasts.files.wordpress.com/2020/07/ep28-paul-mcmenemy-transcript.pdf
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