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Simone Kearney Interviewed as Brooklyn Poets’ ‘Poet of the Week’

Brooklyn Poets’ “Poet of the Week” is Simone Kearney, which means we are lucky enough to get an interview with the poet and artist (and quilter)! Kearney is co-teaching a workshop with Emily Skillings called Nest, Hut, Cellar: Practicing the Poetics of Space, beginning October 26, if you’re in the NYC area. For now, rest […]
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