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Episode 155 – Melissa Stephenson / Louis

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Episode 155 – Melissa Stephenson / Louise Gluck – Melissa Stephenson reflects on an interesting parallel between a dormant voice and an iris rhizome. She pairs her thoughts with a poem by Louise Gluck, winner of the Pulitzer prize for poetry in 1993. http://ow.ly/zclR504nkgF

Episode 154 – David Allan Cates / Robert

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Episode 154 – David Allan Cates / Robert Hass – David Allan Cates reflects on life’s conflicts and contradictions, and their capacity to bring us into balance. He pairs his thoughts with a poem by Robert Hass, who won the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 2008.. http://ow.ly/V62b5045Ccg

Episode 153 – Jenny Montgomery / Gwendol

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Episode 153 – Jenny Montgomery / Gwendolyn Brooks – Jenny Montgomery reflects on the need to wake up to the realities of history, even when they are unpleasant. She pairs her thoughts with a poem by Gwendolyn Brooks, a Pulitzer prize winning poet. http://ow.ly/8WHe503Cw6X

Episode 150 – David Moore / N. Scott Mom

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Episode 150 – David Moore / N. Scott Momaday – Reflections West co-host David Moore reflects on social justice and how it relates to living on the land we love. He pairs his thoughts with a poem by N. Scott Momaday, a Pulitzer prize winner. http://ow.ly/SInF503gIpc

Episode 148 – Jennifer Savage / Sharon O

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Episode 148 – Jennifer Savage / Sharon Olds – Jennifer Savage reflects on the way two people merge with one another and then with the place they call home. http://ow.ly/8RQ0502AkwA

Episode 146 – Caroline Patterson / Eliza

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Episode 146 – Caroline Patterson / Elizabeth Bishop – Caroline Patterson reflects on the way simple interactions with nature recurringly reveal larger human conflicts. http://ow.ly/hua95020BD5

Episode 145 – Melissa Kwasny / Theodore

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Episode 145 – Melissa Kwasny / Theodore Roethke – Melissa Kwasny reflects on the idea of the natural world having consciousness and responding to human care. She pairs her thoughts with a poem by Theodore Roethke, a Pulitizer Prize winning poet. http://ow.ly/Udgz501KcY7