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Poetry Club is here for three reasons, to increase the understanding and appreciation of poetry, illustrate healthy communication between people of different opinions, and promote the creation of new poetry clubs in your neighborhood.
Since October 2015 we have been meeting in local coffee shops in our city, Bellingham, Washington. It started when four of us took Ron’s “Introduction of Poetry” class at a local community college. We enjoyed it so much we asked Ron if he would like to continue the discussion in a casual atmosphere. Currently, we are about 5-7 people who meet every Saturday online. Every week we discuss the work of a different poet, classical to contemporary.
Poet: Charles Bukowski, b.1920- d.1994
Book: What Matters Most Is How Well You Walk Through the Fire, Published June 1st, 2002 by Ecco Press (first published June 5th, 1999), Paperback, 416 pages
ISBN: 1574231057 (ISBN13: 9781574231052)
Poems Discussed: “The Mice”, “The 12 Hour Night”, and a video feature available here: Tom Waits reads “Nirvana” by Charles Bukowski https://youtu.be/W-vdPkESLZs
Shannon hosts a discussion on Charles Bukowski, one of her favorites, who she claims carried her through a tough time. To find out why, click to listen.
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S1E1 Poetry Club Talks Charles Bukowski
Podcast Recorded: October 10, 2020