Arts Calling Podcast #62 Samantha Terrell | Cosmic tragicomedy, social justice poetry, and the trinitas form

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Hi friends!

Today, I am so excited to be arts calling Samantha Terrell!

About our guest:

Samantha Terrell is an internationally published American poet and author whose work has received five-star reviews. In 2021, she received First Honorable Mention in the “Anita McAndrews Poets for Human Rights Awards” organized by Poets Without Borders. Her most recent book, Things Worth Repeating?, features an invented form – the poetic trinitas. Terrell and her family reside in upstate New York.

Poetry Sale on Samantha’s website until 9/4!!!

Cosmic Tragicomedy is now available for (eBook) pre-order, to be released alongside its paperback on Friday, Sept. 16th!

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Vision, and Other Things We Hide From, now available from Potter’s Grove Press!

Keeping Afloat, now available from JC Studio Press!

Thanks so much for this wonderful interview, Samantha!

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