Synopsis: Poet and Frogpond Journal editor Aubrie Cox sits down to discuss her haiku chapbook Out of Translation and shed some light on what English haiku really entails. She also talks about her forays into haibun and flash fiction, putting together a poetry magazine, and the power short-form literature can have on readers.
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Download: Episode S2E12: Aubrie Cox
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