‘Work sucks. Do a PhD.’ So my big sister advised me, and I don’t think she was wrong (at least about the first part). In this episode I talk about grappling with work in poems, and chat with Dan Hogan about what it is to write against the backdrop of ‘multiple, overlapping crises’.
(If someone could explain the Horses thing to me I’d appreciate it.)
- Dan’s poems No Alarms and everything will be ok for your landlord
- Subbed In, ‘a heaps small, heaps good literarararary publisher’
- Moxie by Melinda Bufton
- A Hunger by Petra White
- Admit the Joyous Passion of Revolt by Elena Gomez