Zoe Fay-Stindt's poetry has appeared in museum galleries, on the radio, on the streets of small towns, in community farm newsletters, and other strange and wonderful places. Their work has also been nominated for the Pushcart Prize, and has been featured in RHINO, Muzzle, VIDA, Southeast Review, The Florida Review, Ninth Letter, Poet Lore, and others as well as gathered into a chapbook, Bird Body, which won the inaugural Gwendolyn Brooks Poetry Prize with Cordella Press.
Join us in this podcast and Zoe reads passages from Bird Body and we discuss the meaning of her words taken from the pages, Bird Body, a chapbook of her poetry written to heal from her own sexual assault.
You can find Bird Body at https://www.cordella.org/products/bird-body
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