Interviews and Media Features

“Medicine & Poetry.” Episode of 33.22 podcast.

“Shared experience: Poet Irène Mathieu explores identity and liberation in Grand Marronage” in Cville.

Interview on Home Grown on Charlottesville’s WPVC.

“Q&A: Irène Mathieu,” by Samantha Willis for Richmond Magazine.

Poetry That Heals. Interview on NPR’s With Good Reason.

Interviewed about Grand Marronage by William Woolfitt for Speaking of Marvels.

“UVA Expert Says Plenty of Physicians Harbor Racist Attitudes.” Interview for Radio IQ on Virginia Public Radio station WVTF.

“Writer of the Week.” Maudlin House.

“The Difference a Gun Makes.” Featured poet on Philadelphia NPR station WHYY’s The Pulse podcast.

“Irène P. Mathieu’s Poetic Approach to Global Health” on Afro News.

“Q&A with Irène Mathieu” for the Virginia Festival of the Book blog.

“Five Questions:” Contributor interview in Foundry.

Contributor interview on the New Delta Review blog.

Interviewed for MFA Day Job blog.

Featured in “Doctors make last-ditch effort to sink GOP health-care bill,” Washington Post.

Featured on the College of William & Mary’s Liberal Arts at Work series.

“7 Questions with Irène Mathieu” in Yemassee Journal.

Interviewed on the Contemporary Black Canvas podcast, Episode 11.

Interviewed about orogeny by William Woolfitt for Speaking of Marvels.

Interviewed by Katie Schmid Henson for The Prairie Schooner.

Featured on Shevaun Brannigan’s blog as a finalist in the Brittany Noakes Award poetry competition.

Featured on the Scientific American blog as part of the #SundayScholar series.