Jung and the World
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Orpheus with James Meetze
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Orpheus with James Meetze

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Hello everyone, in this episode of the podcast I am speaking with James Meetze about Orpheus. Amongst other things we talk about Orpheus as somewhere in between Apollo and Dionysus, how his High School English teacher threw a book at him and after reading ‘Howl’ by Allen Ginsberg he started writing poetry, Orphic capability and the lyric Self, The San Francisco Renaissance - Jack Spicer, Robin Blaser and others, the long song, the serial poem, carmen perpetuum, and the Creativity program at Pacifica.

James Meetze [pronounced Metz] is the author of five books of poetry, including Phantom Hour (2016) and Dayglo (2011), winner of the Sawtooth Poetry Prize. He divides his time between Split, Croatia and San Diego, California, where he teaches writing and film studies at University of Arizona Global Campus and in the Depth Psychology and Creativity program at Pacifica Graduate Institute.

In time every man unbuilds / the armature that supports him - James Meetze

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