Episode 21: Imagination

Our favorite co-hosts Zoey Reynolds and Caitlin Dillon are back to discuss a few of their favorite things. Today on The Mochila Chat we talk about imagination and fiction. Jacob Snow reads a portion of the short story called “The Girl, the Fox, and the Raven Guard,” by C. M. Carey from out Spring 2017 […]

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Episode 20: Get Busy living, Get Busy Writing

Introducing our new co-hosts Zoey Reynolds and Caitlin Dillon. They are here to discuss a few of their favorite things. Today on The Mochila Chat we talk about how you are suppose to be creative and write when life is busy and often getting in the way of the creative process. They start it off […]

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Episode 19: Power of Therapeutic Writing

Our favorite co-hosts Chris Pankiewicz and Cameron Pike is back to discuss a few of their favorite things. Today on The Mochila Chat we talk about the power of therapeutic writing. They start it off with the poem “Taking Prozac” by Bailey Blumenstock, from our 2017 issue. Then Arniecea Johnson reads the poem “Dead Love” […]

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Mochila Chat Episode 18: Awareness

Our favorite co-hosts Chris Pankiewicz and Cameron Pike is back to discuss a few of their favorite things. Today on The Mochila Chat we talk about awareness. They start it off with a poem about child prostitution by Lillian King, from our 2017 issue. Then we hear the poem “London” by William Blake. Finally, we […]

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Episode 17: Encouraging Writers

Our favorite co-hosts Chris Pankiewicz and Cameron Pike are back to discuss a few of their favorite things. Today on The Mochila Review we talk about encouraging writers. They start it off with the poem “The Word Writer” from our 2017 issue. Then we hear the poem “Writing” by William Allingham. Finally, we get to […]

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Episode 16: Politics and Diversity

Our favorite co-hosts Chris Pankiewicz and Cameron Pike are back to discuss a few of their favorite things. They kick it off talking about the politics of the past year and the national conversations of racism and religious intolerance of a positive discussion to a negative discussion. In the times we live in now, literature […]

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Episode 15: A Few of our Favorite Things

Our favorite co-hosts Chris Pankiewicz and Cameron Pike are back to discuss a few of their favorite things. They kick it off with a poem by Dylan Thomas Jones, “Danny in Blue,” from our 2015 issue.  Then, we hear the poem “Roads” by Edward Thomas, read by Mochila Review staff member, Samantha Bolduc. Finally, our […]

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Episode 14: Love and Friendship

Co-hosts Chris Pankiewicz and Cameron Pike discuss the correlation between friendships and relationships in creative writing. They kick it off with a short story by Jordan Carter, “We do Shit to get High to Forget the Shit we do to get High,” last year’s MoRe Prize contest winner.  Then, we hear the poem “Love and […]

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Episode 13: Unlucky Number 13?

Co-hosts Chris Pankiewicz and Cameron Pike discuss the unlucky number 13, kicking it off with a short story by Marcus Rigsby, “Cat Gods and Birdhouse Altars,” from our newest issue. The co-hosts discuss the rituals they have performed in the past to bring them luck in their various endeavors. Then, we hear the poem “A […]

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Episode 12: Marriage

Say “I do” to this episode by hitting play! Here co-hosts Chris Pankiewicz and Cameron Pike discuss the intersections of writing and marriage, kicking it off with a poem by Morgan Boyle, “Ode to that Man on 12th and P who Simply Must Heckle Every Woman who Walks Past,” from our 2015 issue. Then we […]

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