Poetry and the night are some of the last remaining domains of “unknowing”; places where it’s acceptable to digest the world slowly and without conclusion, and where one can linger in, and traverse, experiences like solitude, impermanence, and wonder. Poets Cecily Parks and Tom Harding are both drawn to explore the intersection between the quiet tender moments of night and the act of writing and …
What makes a place home? Is it a place that feels like a refuge? Is it somewhere you sleep really, really well? What if the place that feels like home is a secret apartment in the bowels of a giant mall?
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rexterslayde reviewed this podcast on Jul 16th, 2017
"Great stories with an emphasis on the night and all things nocturnal. Great for a nice quiet listen before bed. Very much recommended!!! Vanessa is a great narrator."