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A collaboration with American Public Media, which creates poetry programming for a variety of public radio shows, including Marketplace, Performance Today, Speaking of Faith, The Story, and The Splendid Table.
An interview with poet Paul Guest
After finishing 6th grade, Paul Guest got into a bicycle accident that broke his neck and left him paralyzed. In his latest book, Guest writes about his disability for the first time. Guest shares the story of his accident with Dick Gordon, and talks about how he began infusing the details of his disability into his poems.
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