Kelly CherryPoetry Fiction
Interviewed by: Robert Stewart
Catalog Number: 19870410
Widely published poet and fiction writer Kelly Cherry reads poems arising from coming to terms with her aging parents' illnesses and with the death of her father. She also talks about the joy of writing poetry that deals with grief.
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