Getting together again, after such a long stint of distance and masks and quarantines and weeks of not putting on real pants (or deodorant), gathering again can feel . . . awkward. But, we’re getting our toes back in the waters by having a series of conversations with folks we think are pretty neat. We think you’ll agree.
“Poetry isn’t the worst.”
It happens to be a button and the start to a wonderful conversation we had with Arzelia Williams. Check out this conversation between Ellen and Arzelia to hear more about: Arzelia’s grandmother and the emphasis on writing she instilled in her granddaughter at a very young age, poetry in prison, the sharing of the authentic self, and hear a poem from Arzelia herself.