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Carrie Fountain speaks about her debut collection Burn Lake, a book in which focused self-awareness burnishes her observations of her childhood and adolesence in New Mexico…
Carrie Fountain speaks about her debut collection Burn Lake, a book in which focused self-awareness burnishes her observations of her childhood and adolesence in New Mexico. Fountain's poetry attempts to recapture the infinite hope and inescapable loss that accompany growing up, a time before "the unseen, unwished for present" got in the way.
Books featured in this episode:
We feature the work of early Renaissance poets
But Were Afraid to Ask
William Wordsworth finishes our celebration of romantic poetry.
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