Writers Read Their Early Sh*t

S2/E2 - Bronwen Tate's tender cringe

September 23, 2022 Season 2 Episode 1
Writers Read Their Early Sh*t
S2/E2 - Bronwen Tate's tender cringe
Show Notes

Jason welcomes UBC Creative Writing prof & author of the Hillary Gravendyk Prize-winning poetry collection 'The Silk the Moths Ignore' Bronwen Tate for a barely-rescued-from-oblivion confabulation about inefficiency spaces, poetry in the body, red with flesh in it, tender cringe, soggy memories left out in the rain, picking up Squeed on the highway, & Bronwen dropping her strawberry shortcake. Does it get much better? No. It doesn't. Fab new music from the melodious DJ Max in Tokyo. Join the early sh*t chat at https://www.facebook.com/WRTESpodcast & on Instagram @writersreadtheirearlyshit. You can also send a question, comment, or complaint to WritersReadTheirEarlyShit@gmail.com—though be aware that it may appear in a future episode. Meanwhile: many thanks, wherever & whoever & however you are, for listening.

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