David Turner is at Bristol Central Library talking to Belfast-born poet Susannah Dickey about her debut pamphlet, 'I had some very slight concerns' (The Lifeboat) and beginning her creative writing MA at Goldsmith's University. The conversation covers prose poetry, naming titles and spending too much time on mumsnet. Susannah reads three poems including two from issue #230 of Ambit Magazine:
00:03:56 - 'We are not nearly as sad as we think we ought to be'
00:21:49 - 'I have a reason for asking but I'd rather not share'
00:39:04 - ' 'Plywood is the liberation of wood.' Frank Lloyd Wright, in conjunction with the United States Plywood Corporation.
Episode transcript can be downloaded here: https://lunarpoetrypodcasts.files.wordpress.com/2017/11/ep108-susannah-dickey-lpp-transcripts.pdf
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