In this episode we are looking at Women’s History through the lens of poetry. Poetry has the potential to capture our existence, what it means to experience life with all our senses, our whole being. Every day pedestrian language cannot do always do this. Whether traditional poetry, spoken word or song, poetry can transport us.

Special Guest: Nancy Mitchell is the author of The Near Surround, Grief Hut and The Out-of-Body Shop, and co-editor of Plume Interviews I.  A recipient of a Pushcart Prize, her poems have appeared in such journals as Agni, Green Mountains Review, and Washington Square Review. She has taught in the English and Environmental Studies Departments at Salisbury University, Maryland, and is an Associate Editor for Plume Poetry Journal. She serves as the Poet Laureate of the City of Salisbury, Maryland. Special performance by Mae West. All Music and Lyrics by Ilyana Kadushin and James Harrell. This episode brought to you by Wicomico Environmental Trust.