“One value even of the smallest well is that when you look into it you see the earth is not continent but insular. This is as important as that it keeps butter cool.” -Henry David Thoreau
Kelly Wilson grew up in a rural nook of suburban Indianapolis, Indiana, which she still frequents in her poems. Currently in Bloomington, Kelly is a graduate student in Creative Writing and English Literature at Indiana University, where she also serves as Assistant Director for the Indiana University Writers Conference. In this extended web edition of The Poets Weave, Kelly will read selections from her current project, Earthly Fathers.