Episode Nine - Poet Francesca Maximé

February 3, 2017

 
 

Poet, journalist, writer - Francesca Maximé lives her life connected to the world around her. A contributor to the first publication from Baphash, she speaks now with Editor-in-Chief Michael Feder about her experiences and her works.

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LINKS: 
Poem - To My Future Child
Poem - Starstruck
Poem - Caribbean Blood

Episode Seven - Poet Danielle Sessler

January 20, 2017

 
 

Danielle Sessler is a writer and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. In this episode, Danielle talks about her own poetry, her inspirations and background, and who it is she likes to read. She also reads her own poem "It's Funny" which can be found in Vol.1/Iss.2 of the Baphash Literary & Arts Quarterly publication.

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LINKS:
Poem - It's Funny

Episode Six - Artist Ali Shrago-Spechler

January 12 2017 - Episode 006

 
 

Ali is a Florida born artist who works in a variety of materials and subjects. Her gallery, Another Story from Baphash Literary & Arts Quarterly Vol.1/Iss.1, is, like Ali herself, an exploration of character and identity.

Ali speaks about her influences, her identity, and her thoughts on the world today.

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LINKS:
Baphash Gallery - Another Story

Episode Five - Trump Protest, DC

December 28 2016 - Episode 005

 
 
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On December 10th, 2016, a small group gathered to protest Donald Trump at his attendance at the Army/Navy football game in Baltimore, MD. Baphash Editor-in-Chief spoke with a few attendees to ask about why they were there, if they believed change was still possible, and the current feeling post election 2016.

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Episode Four - Dagorhir Games, PA

December 20, 2016 - Episode 004

 
 
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In a small town of Pennsylvania, about an hour outside of Philadelphia, there exists a world within a world: Dagorhir. Dagorhir is a LARP, a Live Action Role Playing game. Every month, players come together dressed in medieval garb with swords and spears wrapped in foam, and they run strategy and games of capture the flag. In this episode, a few of them speak to Baphash about who they are, what Dagorhir is to them, and the wonder they see in the world every day.

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Episode Three - Writer Cary Gitter

December 09, 2016

 
 

Meet Cary Gitter - playwright, author, and contributor to Baphash Quarterly Vol.1/Iss.1. Cary talks about his compulsion to write, how comedy appears in his non-comedic plays, and what it means to have distance from the material about which he writes.

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Episode Two - Poet Christina Garofalo

November 15, 2016

 
 

A conversation with poet and Baphash Literary & Arts Quarterly contributor Christina Garofalo. She talks about how she came to writing, to poetry, and how she tries to make writing a part of her life every day.

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Episode One - Separate Voices: The Baphash Podcast

October 11, 2016 - Episode One

 
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A conversation with some of the contributors and editors of Baphash Literary & Arts Quarterly, a special look into graphic novels, specifically ODY-C, and a reveal of what "Baphash" actually means.

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