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The Catholic Tradition Podcast: 133 – Suppose Like a Poet


Could 25, 2022

In a wide-ranging and erudite interview, poet and translator
Ryan Wilson joins the podcast to debate how the poet makes use of
the classical advantage of xenia or hospitality, what poets
can study from the work of translation, the “romantic flip” (internal
imaginative and prescient) and the “classical flip” (communication/craft) in poetry,
the nice Latin poet Horace, and extra. Ryan performs, in his
dynamic model, basic poems by Horace and others, in addition to his
personal poems.

Ryan Wilson is an adjunct professor of English on the Catholic
College of America, editor of the journal Literary
Issues
, and a visiting professor of poetry within the MFA program
on the College of St. Thomas in Houston. He’s the writer of
three books: The Stranger World, a set of
authentic poems; The way to Suppose Like a Poet;
and Proteus Certain: Chosen Translations, 2008-2020.
Forthcoming are his anthology of latest Catholic poetry from
Paraclete Press (spring 2023), and one other e-book of authentic poems,
The Ghostlight.

Timestamps

0:00 – Proteus Certain

13:09 – Hospitality as basic precept of neighborhood,
thought, and poetry

28:05 – The romantic flip and the classical flip

46:22 – Ryan Wilson, “Xenia”

53:39 – Proteus, Hermes, and Orpheus as figures of the poet

1:03:35 – Translation as coaching for the poet

1:17:47 – The Latin poetry of Horace

2:07:55 – Charles Baudelaire, “The Voice”

2:20:00 – How Ryan relates as a Catholic to classical
literature

2:27:10 – Ryan Wilson, “Philoctetes”

Hyperlinks

Proteus Certain: Chosen Translations, 2008-2020
https://www.cuapress.org/9781736656129/proteus-bound/

The way to Suppose Like a Poet
https://www.wisebloodbooks.com/retailer/p97/How_to_Think_Like_a_Poetpercent2C_by_Ryan_Wilson.html

The Stranger World
http://www.measurepress.com/measure/index.php/catalog/books/stranger-world/

Literary Issues https://www.literarymatters.org/

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