QUEER POET JIM NASON READS HIS POETRY

Meeting Jim Nason to tape him for this post was a great time.

Jim and I talked writing over coffee.  We shared what we were working on, our favorite writers, craft, and future plans.

I took Jim to the laneway were I broke my leg 20 years ago.  He read his poems Black Ice and Laneway Home there.

Enjoy Jim Nason read his poems and check out a review of his third book of poems Narcissus Unfolding, and his insightful interview on blackcoffeepoet.com.

Check out the Black Coffee Poet YOUTUBE channel! 91 videos to choose from: poetry, interviews, roundtables, and workshops.

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About Black Coffee Poet

Black Coffee Poet is a mixed race poet, essayist, and journalist who focuses on Social Justice, Indigenous Rights, STOPPING Violence Against Women, Film, and Literature.
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2 Responses to QUEER POET JIM NASON READS HIS POETRY

  1. What an interesting pair of poems. Watching/Listening in winter, I’m immediately drawn into the first and then pulled into Summer and different-looking-laneways in the second. Nicely done!

  2. Pingback: Discovering Jim Nason and Kergan Edwards-Stout « Buried In Print

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