In this bookclub, we'll look for poetry from as many cultures and perspectives as possible that honor the sense of vitality and singularity of voice unique to poetry.
Hosted by Nathan McDowell (Operations Manager) a writer from the Quad Cities and manager of Two Dollar Radio HQ.
Inheritance, by Taylor Johnson
Inheritance is a black sensorium, a chapel of color and sound that speaks to spaciousness, surveillance, identity, desire, and transcendence.
Influenced by everyday moments of Washington, DC living, the poems live outside of the outside and beyond the language of categorical difference, inviting anyone listening to listen a bit closer. Inheritance is about the self’s struggle with definition and assumption.
FORTHCOMING PICKS FOR THE LINE READING BOOKCLUB
PAST PICKS FOR THE LINE READING POETRY BOOKCLUB,
CURATED BY NATHAN MCDOWELL
August 2022: Border Vista: Poems, by Anni Liu
July 2022: The Hurting Kind, by Ada Limon
April 2022: Fighting Is Like a Wife, by Eloisa Amezcua
February 2022: Mouths of Garden, by Barbara Fant
December 2021: Reparations Now!, by Ashley M. Jones
November 2021: Pilgrim Bell, by Kaveh Akbar
October 2021: 808s & Otherworlds, by Sean Avery Medlin