We're back animals! And this week we've got special guest poet & radical educator Abigail Kirby Conklin. Abby is the author of the debut chapbook, Triage, out now from Duck Lake Books. She's been published in Duck Lake Journal, Garfield Lake, K’in Literary Journal, Storyscape Journal, The Lampeter Review, The Northern Virginia Review, Sugar House Review, among numerous others. Abby also works in the New York City arts education scene, and today we'll be talking about debut books, poetry, radical pedagogy, and being a grown up poet! Get your paws warmed and let's go!
The transcript for this episode can be found on our website.
Episode 53: Guerrilla Lit
Episode 52: Indoor Sunglasses
Episode 51: The Way I Used to Write
Episode 50: Making the Space for Writing
Episode 49: Who gets to write what?
Episode 47: What’s in the box?
Episode 46: The Escapist
Episode 45: Twenty Acres of Taylor Swift
Episode 44: Everything You Do Is Completely Meaningless But It Is Very Important That You Do It
Episode 43: Worst Behavior
Episode 42: Breadcrumbs
Episode 41: Love, Peace & Taco Grease
Episode 40: Slushie Pile
Episode 39: Reframing Trauma
Episode 38: Under the Shroud
Episode 37: Read It Forward
Episode 36: Lost In Translation
Episode 35: Fiction/Non/Fiction
Episode 34: Debut Books: On Feeling Nothing
Lit Society: Books and Drama
Write The Book: Conversations on Craft
Harry Potter [1-7] AudioBooks, Read by Stephen Fry
Myths and Legends