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The WildStory: A Podcast of Poetry and Plants by The Native Plant Society of New Jersey

Native Plant Society of New Jersey

The Wildstory: A Podcast of Poetry and Plants by The Native Plant Society of New Jersey, is hosted by Ann E. Wallace, Poet Laureate of Jersey City. Art and nature intercept in each episode to bring listeners inside the world of poetry about the natural world and to introduce them to other well-known voices from the world of ecology. It is an independent project of The Native Plant Society of New Jersey, a state-wide nonprofit organization dedicated to the appreciation, protection, and study of the native flora of NJ. Learn more at


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Latest Episodes

Poet Emily Hockaday (2:07) speaks with Ann Wallace about her new poetry collection, In a Body, published in October 2023 by Harbor Editions. Emily discusses the layered ways in which new motherhood, the death of her father, a diagnosis of fibromyalgi... more

14 days ago

Guest host N. West Moss, author of the memoir Flesh and Blood (Algonquin Press), joins us for the opening interview of this episode. West turns the tables to interview The WildStory host and Jersey City Poet Laureate Ann E. Wallace about her new poet... more

a month ago

Poet Susan Glass, who has been blind since birth, speaks with Ann Wallace about the integral role birds have played in her life—and in her poetry—as she uses their songs and calls to locate herself, spatially and metaphorically, in the natural world.... more

2 months ago


5 out of 5 stars from 8 ratings
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    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 months ago
  • Loved the information!

    Thank you for clarifying why straight Natives are important. A worker at a garden center insisted that cultivar natives are not different than straight natives. Now I feel equipped to explain why I want a straight native.

    Apple Podcasts
    Hello from Ho-Ho-Kus
    United States3 months ago
  • Poetry Pragmatism

    Tune in for inspiring poetry. Stay tuned for informative discussions about how you can make good change in your own gardens by choosing native plants. Love this!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 months ago

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