Category Archives: Poems on Writers Almanac

Kevin Carey featured in The Writer’s Almanac

Hear Garrison Keillor read Kevin Carey’s poem, “Reading to My Kids,” from Jesus Was a Homeboy

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Sondra Gash featured on Jama’s Alphabet Soup

Sondra Gash discusses her poem “Rugelah, 5 A.M” on the food/fiction blog Jama’s Alpabet soup. Read the feature here Read her poem, featured on The Writer’s Almanac in August ’10, here

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Jack Ridl featured interview on The Writer’s Almanac

A twitch of each. I grew up a coach’s son. When I started writing poetry I was determined to become a poet who was not the “coach’s son,” wanted my own identity. I’d heard, “Oh, you’re the coach’s son” all … Continue reading

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Jake Ridl’s “Bus Driver” featured on The Writer’s Almanac with Garrison Keillor

Congratulations Jack Ridle! His poem “Bus Driver,” from LOSING SEASON, was featured on Writer’s Almanac on February 16th.   Read it here. Praise for Jack Ridle’s feature on Writer’s Almanac Dear Florenz,   Today my wife woke/rustled me awake turning on the … Continue reading

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