Walt podcasts

When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd

We’re about to begin April’s National Poetry Month in the U. S., but I’m going to begin...

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My Poor Bagpipes

In search of words to combine with music here, I sometimes find it necessary to translate from...

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Poets to Come

A month ago I began our celebration of the U. S. National Poetry Month with an audio piece using...

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The Black Riders XXXIX

In my episodic way here, I’ve touched on the rise of Free Verse in Modernist poetry. Free Verse...

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Letters to Dead Imagists and A Pact

A few episodes ago I dropped a performance of Walt Whitman’s “Poets to Come,” a piece where...

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Episode 6: Anna Maria Island, Family Vacations, Dua Lipa Recap and SunRail

We talk about what’s been going on in the beginning of our summer… from a recap on the Dua Lipa...

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Soul Selector Blues

Sometime around the end of the 19th Century, a century that had seen accelerating change in...

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Morituri Salutamus

I suspect no poet in the past couple of centuries has suffered a greater decline in esteem as...

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Episode 7: Orlando Foodie Girl

In Episode 7 we welcome Jessy aka Orlando Foodie Girl (Follow her on Instagram...

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Episode 5: Happy Fourth of July, Toy Story Land & Star Wars: Galaxies Edge

Happy Fourth of July! It’s only a few weeks away, but it’s time to start making plans. We talk...

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Episode 16 - Caught Up With Crystal

Welcome to Episode 16! We sit down with Crystal, an Orlando local, who loves Disney and exploring...

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Disney Fun Fact of the Day - Episode 11 - Walt Disney World

Facts About Walt Disney World!      Credits: Executive Producer: Chris Krimitsos Voice:...

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Episode 25 - Watch Out for Stalkers... and Ghosts!

Join us for another episode packed with great conversation with Crystal from...

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Episode 26 - New Years in Orlando, or Not?

We present you with a short round up of events taking please New Years Evening. We also share our...

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Gacela of the Dark Death

Federico García Lorca's poem plays with death and youth mixing beauty and dark humor. For more...

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Epcot is dead, long live Epcot!

Play Pavilion, New Park Entrance Part of Epcot’s Historic Transformation...

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Horizons

Released 2/18/19 Opened one year after Epcot on 10/1/83 Sponsored by General Electric for...

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No more trains at Walt Disney World!

Released 2/8/19 Chris can’t hear the WDW Railroad trains anymore! Disney News Maleficent...

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