D. E. Green’s Poems: On Air and in NZ

submitted by starckl@augsburg.edu

English Professor Doug Green’s poem “Sestina: Song for the Apocalypse” was aired by “wordish” at KAXE.org on 5 Sept. You can hear him read it on the website: http://www.kaxe.org/post/week-wordish-de-green#stream/0

Green’s poem “Better in French,” online among Sarah Russell Poetry’s “Poems I Admire” <https://sarahrussellpoetry.net/2017/04/19/better-in-french/>, was recently picked up by Poems in the Waiting Room (NZ), a New Zealand organization whose “aim is to provide a free source of well-chosen poetry for patients waiting for medical appointments, rest home residents waiting for meals, outings or appointments, hospice patients and their families, and prison inmates” <https://waitingroompoems.wordpress.com/2018/08/23/hello-spring-were-40/>.

Congratulations, Professor Green! Thank you for sharing your powerful and moving work.