“I don’t believe God was ready to call me home, but now was as good a time as any.
When asked my regrets, I just remembered.
Remembered freedom was life’s great lie.
Remembered body is another word for cage.
Remembered night knew my name before I ever had reason to fear.”– excerpt from “Springtime Again” written and read by Alison C. Rollins on this podcast
The gang of poets and poetry reviewers is back in the studio. Join as hosts Elizabeth Scanlon, Steven Kleinman and Thalia Geiger take a deep dive on the May/June issues highlights, including:
— Shamar Hill’s The Walls Became the World All Around (read by the author)
— Alison C. Rollins’ springtime again (read by the author)
— and Jack Gilbert interviewed by Forrest Gander
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