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Poetry And Conversation With Carol Marks

Carol reads "On Not Writing Poems for a Year," "Silence," "All I Can Do," "A New Notebook," and "Lucky and Wild." Plus a conversation with the poet.

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“Now is the time, she would say to herself, when without doing anything violent I can show the meaning of all this.”
- Virginia Woolf

Carol Marks is a native Hoosier and studied Theatre at the University of Indianapolis. She has written about a hundred poems that she is willing to read out loud to other people, and one of them has been published. She has enjoyed reading to receptive audiences throughout the Midwest for 15 years.

On this extended web edition of  The Poets Weave, Carol reads “On Not Writing Poems for a Year,” “Silence,” “All I Can Do,” “A New Notebook,” and “Lucky and Wild.” Plus, our producer sits down with Carol for a chat about the role of writing in her life, memories of childhood, and more.

  • Japsnap4dave

    Up at 5:30 listening to my friend’s soft voice set me up for adventure as if I were still 14 years old. This is a great feeling considering my most important job this morning is get my 4 year old up for preschool. Love your words as always.

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