Episode 29: I see a swimming poll in your future with return guest Liz Blood! Also we take a moment to honor the beautiful life and tragic loss of poet Jane Hoogestraat. A brief discussion of recent poetic activity and then a wonderful talk with Tatiana Ryckman and Liz Blood as they discuss how to go about finding the necessary information and inspiration in approaching a particular piece of writing. So Please give us a listen.
From the original PBS broadcast with discussion of Jane Hoogestraat’s book Bordern Lands.
Liz Blood is a writer, editor, and itinerant. She received her Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts. Her work has appeared in Numero Cinq, Hunter Mountain, Delta Sky magazine, the Oklahoma Gazette, Art Focus magazine, and Oklahoma Today. In 2014, her personal essay, “Sway,” was awarded first place in the magazine column writing category by the Oklahoma Society of Professional Journalists. Her essay “Bloodsport,” was recently published in Hunger Mountain. She lives in San Marcos, Texas with her boyfriend Will and his dog, Mini, where they chase cats and hike and jump in the river together.