Sunday, July 17, 2022

Wake to Words and Brew Some Coffee (July 17, 2022)

Every Sunday, I read good poems by other people while we all drink coffee. This week we celebrate the naming of the new United States Poet Laureate, Ada Limón. Thanks for listening. If you have a poem or a poet whose work you'd like to hear, message me at erintpringle[at], and I'll add it to next week's lineup. Cheers!

Poems read:

  • Portrait and Shadow by Andrés Cerpa (LatiNEXT: Break Beat Poets, Vol. 4)
  • For the Record by Naomi Ayala (LatiNEXT: Break Beat Poets, Vol. 4)
  • Beneath the Trailer by Tina Mozelle Braziel (from her book Known by Salt)
  • No Cause for Prediction by Tina Mozelle Braziel (from her book Known by Salt)
  • What It Looks Like to Us and the Words We Use by Ada Limón (Poetry Foundation)
  • Late Summer After a Panic Attack by Ada Limón (Poetry Foundation)


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