Greg Jackson

Poetry | Greg Jackson | Literary Roadhouse Ep 160

Discussion Notes: Poetry

This week’s story: Poetry by Greg Jackson

Next week’s story: The Demon Lover by Elizabeth Bowen

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Katie Hagaman, Author

Katie Hagaman, Author

This week we welcomed Katie Hagaman as a guest to discuss “Poetry” by Greg Jackson.

Katie Hagaman is an author and illustrator from the mountains of North Carolina. Having written for well over a decade for personal enjoyment, two years ago she decided to take her pursuits a step further and publish some of her works. To date, she’s released two children’s books, Haven’t You Heard? and In This Book You Will Find, as well as book one of her new series of novels entitled, The Awakening.

 

 

 

https://katiehagaman.wixsite.com/mysite-1 
Twitter: @hagaman_kl
Instagram: @klhagaman
Goodreads Author Page

Gerald, Anais and Katie discuss “Poetry” by Greg Jackson. The story reflects on the impulse to create and tell stories and to connect with others, and the desire to rebuff the fear of death by turning experiences into myths. Its depth provided a fertile ground for discussion, though the discussion was not above speculating over whether or not the main characters’ relationship was doomed to fail.

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