Fri, 15 March 2013
On episode 40, I talk to the poet Tony Hoagland,
Plus Bob Lamb Explains How Ernest Hemingway saved him from Rendition.
This episode begins with a limerick written and read by Chris Booth, in honor of our pal Steve Kelly:
Just a few, and Steve's eyes 'gan to wander;
Then day next he was mute and a-ponder:
When he saw where he woke,
In sad tones, thus he spoke:
"It's Absinthe makes the heart to grow fonder."