71. Katy Bohinc in “Trinity Star Trinity” // Poetry, Philosophy & Rediscovering Feminine Spirit
March 12, 2018•57 min
Katy Bohinc is the author of Trinity Star Trinity, a long poem dedicated to the divine feminine recently released by the fine folks over at Scarlet Imprint. Katy is a poet and a data scientist; an avant garde publisher and a professional marketer; an activist, an astrologer and an innovator. She studied pure math and comparative literature, and in her words, she doesn't think these things are contradictory; she thinks it's the future. As for Trinity Star Trinity, this was written after experiences Katy had in the home of Greek lyrical poet Sappho and at the birthplace of the Greek Olympian Hera. The long poem takes shape as an ode or chant and is comprised of 27 poems of 27 words each, and speaks to Katy’s interest in astrology, triangles, and mathematics. Katy did join me via cell phone and the audio was a bit problematic at times, but the message comes through loud and clear in the end, so stick with it, because we did some thinking, we did some questioning, and we did a whole lot of laughing. RESOURCES “Trinity Star Trinity” at Scarlet Imprint Katy’s website Katy on Facebook Katy on Instagram Katy on Twitter PATREON Please do take a moment to check out our Patreon campaign. We call it Coda. Four levels of support. Bonus content. Free shit. Click here to check it out. DONATE If recurring monthly support via Patreon isn’t your thing, we do accept one time-donations via PayPal, Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple. Every little bit helps. Click here if you’re interested. MERCH We recently released our first t-shirt. Check it out on our website or at our Etsy shop. SOCIAL Twitter Instagram Facebook Tumblr MUSIC Vestron Vulture - “I Want to be a Robot (Tribute to Giorgio Moroder)” PRODUCTION & LICENSING This podcast is produced in the Kingdom of Ohio and is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International. Executive Producers: Mike K., Erick, Jason N., Matt A. REMINDER Love yourself. Think for yourself. Question authority.