Interviewed by: Angela Elam
Catalog Number: 20150529, 20140627
Working as a trail supervisor for Maine's Acadia National Park, Christian Barter isn't your typical poet. His mother, who was a folk singer touring Greenwich Village during the same era as Bob Dylan, and his stepfather inspired his first love--music--as well as an appreciation for nature, but he admits it was poetry that truly gave him a sense of belonging. Barter also talks about the mentorship he received from his teacher and fellow New Englander, Sydney Lea, Poet Laureate of Vermont (2011-15). He reads from his lyrical first book, The Singers I Prefer, and his 2014 Maine Literary Award winning collection, In Someone Else's House.
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