In this episode Diannely talks to mover and shaker of poetry in Portsmouth, Myles Burr.
Myles Burr is a writer, poet, and vocalist from Portsmouth, New Hampshire. His style is mainly freeform and highly autobiographical. He dives deeply into the inner conflict of existence and the human experience and draws influence from the questions of where one stands in life and society while also diving into the conflicts of living day to day with mental illness and exploring the hardships of intimacy. He is The Author of “Therapy Is Expensive So I Wrote This Book Instead”. Burr is also featured in “The Best F-ing Poets You’ve Never Heard Of.” alongside four other powerful New England poets. He has released 4 underground chapbooks “Convolutions Of An Unkempt Mind”, “It’s Fine. I’m Fine.”, “Ataraxia Volume. 1”, and “Sea Breezes”. His most recent publication “You Me & The End Of The World” (a poetry anthology) was released March 2021 by Underground Writers Association.
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