On this episode, Diannely breaks bread with poet and girl-dad Joshua Burton and talks about Hawaiian rolls, giving grace, and Hayan Charara.
Joshua Burton is a poet and educator from Houston, TX and received his MFA in poetry at Syracuse University. He is a 2019 Tin House Winter Workshop Scholar and is a 2019 Center for African American Poetry and Poetics fellowship finalist. His work can be found in Gulf Coast, The Rumpus, Conduit, TriQuarterly, Black Warrior Review, Grist, and Indiana Review. His first chapbook is currently out with Ethel Press and his debut poetry collection is forthcoming in the spring of 2023 with the University of Wisconsin Press.
Poem(s) discussed: “Mother and Daughter” by Hayan Charara and “Giving Laura Grace” by Joshua Burton
Photo Credit: Najee Brown @authoredby
Theme Music: Stu Dias @stuartdiasplaysmusicsometimes
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