Classicist Lars Rydbeck's Review of the Poochigian SapphoSubmitted by Aaron Poochigian on Fri, 02/22/2013 - 18:28
Poochigian Reading on "Poetry in Public" BlogSubmitted by Aaron Poochigian on Tue, 02/12/2013 - 21:27
Aw, there's a sweet blog post about my reading at "Poetry in Public":
"Whether you think about it or not, poetry is in our daily lives. I attended a poetry reading with visiting writer, Aaron Poochigian, at Thompson Library this past week. At first I really had no idea what to expect but as the reading concluded, I realized how poetry can impact us directly. . ."
Radio Interview with Andrea GarrisonSubmitted by Aaron Poochigian on Fri, 11/30/2012 - 11:45
I had a delightful interview with Andrea Garrison Tuesday night, 11/27/12--Check it out. She usually interviews musicians, social activists and spiritualists--I was her first poet. A lot of reciting--my stuff, Sappho (Greek and English) and, yes, even my bro' and soul-mate, John Milton.
"Cosmic Purr" review in OSU's "The Journal"Submitted by Aaron Poochigian on Wed, 10/03/2012 - 11:02
Here's a review of my "Cosmic Purr" in "The Journal." The reviewer is prize-winning poet and dramatist Matthew Buckly Matthew Buckley Smith:
"The Cosmic Purr" reviewed at The Cover blogSubmitted by Aaron Poochigian on Sun, 08/05/2012 - 17:50
"The Cosmic Purr" at Measure PressSubmitted by Aaron Poochigian on Sat, 08/04/2012 - 22:37
Video of Poochigian reading from "The Cosmic Purr"Submitted by Aaron Poochigian on Sun, 07/22/2012 - 15:43
Here's video of someone who must be myself rocking "The Cosmic Purr" et al. at the UND Writers Conference earlier this year. The lovely and talented Dr. Heidi Czerwiec emceed the event:
"Syllables rough and smooth enough to soothe and stir,
we are the deep massage, the cosmic purr."
"Cosmic Purr" review by Prof. Kevin NenstielSubmitted by Aaron Poochigian on Sun, 07/01/2012 - 21:29
New Formalism and the Classical Contemporary Tradition
by Kevin L. Nenstiel, U of Nebraska-Kearney
Like his fellow classicist AE Stallings, Aaron Poochigian forms a bridge between the dead luminaries he translates, and today's introspective verse. He makes use of the ancient, somber forms so many readers love, but he applies them to a muscular contemporary poetic ethos. And though his verse is very new, addressing current concerns for a living audience, it has a lyric texture of something much older, with a robust Greco-Roman spine.
"Cosmic Purr" reviewed by Grady Harp of Poets & Artists magazineSubmitted by Aaron Poochigian on Sat, 06/23/2012 - 17:17
Grady Harp, reviewer for "Poets & Artists" magazine, has the following to say about the "Cosmic Purr":