New on Redux: John Guzlowski’s poems about his parents’ experience in the Nazi camps. Here’s a glimpse of the “story behind the poems” that he wrote:
“My Mother Was 19” is about what happened the day the Nazis came to my mother’s farm in Poland and killed much of her family. It wasn’t an easy poem to write. I had been trying to write this poem for about thirty years.
Read on. Harrowing work, indeed.
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On May 5, writer C.M. Mayo will be offering a one-day workshop at the Writer’s Center about how to podcast. Sounds intriguing and useful. More details here.