Poetic Justice po·et·ic jus·tice pōˈedik ˈjəstəs noun: 1. The fact of experiencing a fitting or deserved podcast for one's choice to subscribe. 2. A bi-monthly show where poetry talks and your hosts talk back. Featuring guest readings, discussions, news, instructionals, and the occasional nugget of wisdom. It's what you deserve.

Join your hosts Shannon McGlone and Allison Costello as they sit down with Center for Poetry Director Anita Skeen to chat about the work of Margaret Atwood for this inaugural edition of Poetic Justice.

 

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