Tonight's edition of Talking Earth features published poets Nadia Colburn and A. Molotkov, with some slight discussion from host/board-op Patrick Bocarde.
Nadia Colburn is the author of the poetry book The High Shelf (The Word Works 2019), and her poetry and prose have been widely published in more than 80 publications including The New Yorker, American Poetry Review, LARB, and The Kenyon Review. She holds a PhD in English from Columbia University and is the founder of Align Your Story Writing School, which offers mindful embodied classes for poets and nonfiction writers. Nadia lives in Cambridge, MA with her husband and two teenagers. See more and get free meditations, writing prompts, and other resources for writers at https://nadiacolburn.com
A. Molotkov’s poetry collections are “The Catalog of Broken Things,” “Application of Shadows,” “Synonyms for Silence” and “Future Symptoms”. His memoir “A Broken Russia Inside Me” about growing up in the USSR and making a new life in America is forthcoming from Propertius; he co-edits The Inflectionist Review. His collection of ten short stories, “Interventions in Blood,” is part of Hawaii Review Issue 91; his prose is represented by Laura Strachan at Strachan Lit. Please visit him at AMolotkov.com