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‘We are not pure channels’: A Conversation With Lindsey Boldt

We get a little insight into the art, poetry, and mind of Lindsey Boldt in this conversation posted just yesterday at Litseen. Boldt talks about the wilderness, her water-witch ancestors, the necessity of art, depression, and of course her poetry. A sample to get your weekend off on the right foot: What kind of work […]
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