Poetry and conversation with Indiana poet Sue Swartz.
Sue Swartz reads "The Mathematician," "The Line," and "In Search Of."
Bloomington poet Sue Swartz reads "Why the Young Woman Hides her Baby Behind the KMart," "Outside Tapatios Bar," "Exposure," and two haikus.
On this edition of The Poets Weave, Alyce Miller reads "Ekphrastic ," "Metonymy," "On Reopening Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despair," and more.
Elizabeth Hoover is the associate editor of Sampsonia Way. She received her MFA in Creative Writing from Indiana University.
Alyce Miller has published more than 150 poems, stories, and essays in magazines and journals, and is currently completing a memoir, Home Repair.
Alyce Miller calls poetry her "third genre," and says that writing poetry opens up new spaces for her prose.
Christopher Citro has work forthcoming in the Courtland Review and has been published in numerous journals.
Indiana University MFA student Ryan Teitman reads a selection of his work.
Jenny Kander reads a selection of poems from Khaled Mattawa's book Ismailia Eclipse (Sheep Meadow Press, 1996).