1 hr 6 min

ep. 28 - Christina Olson Rattlecast

    • Arts

Episode #28 features 2019 Rattle Chapbook Prize winner Christina Olson and her book The Last Mastodon.

Christina Olson is the author of the poetry collections Terminal Human Velocity and Before I Came Home Naked as well as the chapbooks Weird Science and Rook & The M.E.: A Law & Order-Inspired Narrative. Her poetry and nonfiction has appeared in Arts & Letters, Virginia Quarterly Review, The Southern Review, Brevity, River Styx, Gulf Coast, Passages North, The Normal School, Hayden’s Ferry Review, and The Best Creative Nonfiction, Volume 3. She is the recipient of fellowships from the Vermont Studio Center and Willapa Bay AiR. She teaches creative writing at Georgia Southern University and tweets as @olsonquest.

For more information, visit:
https://thedrevlow-olsonshow.com/

Prologue:
"After the Bowling Stopped" by Thadra Sheridan
https://www.thadrasheridan.com/

This Week’s Prompt:
The dinosaur museum at 3am. Must be at least 40 lines long, lines can be of any length.

Episode #28 features 2019 Rattle Chapbook Prize winner Christina Olson and her book The Last Mastodon.

Christina Olson is the author of the poetry collections Terminal Human Velocity and Before I Came Home Naked as well as the chapbooks Weird Science and Rook & The M.E.: A Law & Order-Inspired Narrative. Her poetry and nonfiction has appeared in Arts & Letters, Virginia Quarterly Review, The Southern Review, Brevity, River Styx, Gulf Coast, Passages North, The Normal School, Hayden’s Ferry Review, and The Best Creative Nonfiction, Volume 3. She is the recipient of fellowships from the Vermont Studio Center and Willapa Bay AiR. She teaches creative writing at Georgia Southern University and tweets as @olsonquest.

For more information, visit:
https://thedrevlow-olsonshow.com/

Prologue:
"After the Bowling Stopped" by Thadra Sheridan
https://www.thadrasheridan.com/

This Week’s Prompt:
The dinosaur museum at 3am. Must be at least 40 lines long, lines can be of any length.

1 hr 6 min

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