Reciting my poem "Everything Signed & Filed," as part of the Utah Division of Arts & Museums' re-launch of the Bite Size-Poetry project. Created by TWIG Media Lab. 

Shruti Iyer and I read live for Transatlantic Poetry. Supported by Kundiman. Hosted by R.A. Villanueva.

Teaser Trailer for the Utah Art Council's Bite-Size Poetry Project relaunch. 


"Episode 22: Undocupoets Part 2 -- Javier Zamora, Marcelo Hernandez Castillo, and Janine Joseph" || Commonplace: Conversations with Poets," a podcast hosted by Rachel Zucker
"Janine Joseph: 2016 Miami Book Fair" || LIR Podcasts (Total Education Hour)
Driving without a License || Late Night Conversation, a podcast hosted by Paul Martone of Late Night Library
"Circuitry" || Featured on Public Radio Exchange's "It's a Revolution" episode
"Circuitry" || Recorded for The Academy of American Poets' Poem-a-Day
"You Lie" and "The Part of the Water" || Recorded for The Adroit Journal
"Shruti Iyer and Janine Joseph" || Transatlantic Poetry Podcast
“Swarm” and “Leaving the Non-Profit Immigration Lawyer’s Office” || Recorded for Kenyon Review Online
"Homecoming" || Recorded for Drunken Boat


"APALA Author Interview: Janine Joseph" || Asian Pacific American Librarians Association
"Immigration & Literature" || The Los Angeles Times HS Insider
"The Sunday Rumpus Interview: Janine Joseph" || The Rumpus
"Q&A with Janine Joseph" || Book Q&As with Deborah Kalb
"On Sottonarrativa and the 'Skittery Poem': A Conversation with Janine Joseph" || Lantern Review
"Introducing Janine Joseph, a Talented Poet Who Writes of Being Undocumented" || The Los Angeles Times
"Conversations with Contributors: Janine Joseph" || The Adroit Journal
"Take 5" || UCR: The Magazine of UC Riverside
"Ask A Local: Janine Joseph, Ogden, UT" || The Common
"Feature: Five Qs with Janine Joseph" || Writing Like an Asian
"Character of Ship Channel Flows Freely on 'In This Muddy Water'" || Houston Chronicle
“Janine Joseph Interview, with John Hoppenthaler” || Connotation Press
“Process Profile: Janine Joseph Discusses ‘Postcard’” || Lantern Review: Process Profiles
“One Has to Rely On Memory So Much When One Is Always Leaving: A Conversation with Janine Joseph” || Delirious Hem