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Episode #89: Khadija Anderson, author of HISTORY OF BUTOH, on Saturday, March 30th at 11 am PST/2 pm EST

 

Join Rachelle as she talks with Khadija Anderson, author of HISTORY OF BUTOH, on Saturday, March 30th  at 11 am PST/2 pm EST.

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Khadija Anderson returned in 2008 to her native Los Angeles after 18 years exile in Seattle. Khadija’s poetry has been published in Pale House (forthcoming), The Ark Magazine, Unfettered Verse, CommonLine Project, Qarrtsiluni, Gutter Eloquence, Atticus Review, Unlikely Stories, The Citron Review, Killpoet, Wheelhouse 9, and Phantom Seed among other wonderful publications. Her poem Islam for Americans was nominated for a 2009 Pushcart Prize. Khadija holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Antioch University LA and her first book of poetry History of Butoh is available through Writ Large Press.

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Poetry, Spring

Episode #88: Laura Walker, author of FOLLOW-HASWED, on Tuesday, March 12th at 11 am PST/ 2 pm EST

Join Rachelle as she talks with Laura Walker, author of FOLLOW-HASWED, on Tuesday,March 12th  at 11 am PST/2 pm EST.

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Laura Walker’s most recent book, Follow–Haswed (Apogee Press, 2012), is created from fragments of individual entries in the sixth volume of the Oxford English Dictionary, “Follow-Haswed”.  She is also the author ofbird book (Shearsman Books, 2011), rimertown/ an atlas (UC Press, 2008), and swarm lure (Battery Press, 2004). Her poetry has appeared in VOLT, Switchback, New American Writing, Thermos, and Fact-Simile, as well as other journals. She grew up in North Carolina and now lives in Berkeley, California, where she teaches poetry at University of San Francisco’s MFA in Writing program and UC Berkeley Extension.  You can check out her website at http://www.laura-walker.com.

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