by Travis Mateer
This week’s episode of Zoom Town is a conversation with local poet Mark Gibbons. We talk about poetry, politics and why we don’t shut up like the poet Eileen Myles said we should simply because we were born with dangly appendages between our legs.
Mark reads a poem about playing the piccolo and I read a poem that triggered a major HR incident at the non-profit where I used to work, resulting in a signed apology letter given to me by City Councilperson, Gwen Jones.
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