Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Our country is more divided than ever...so let's have a conversation.

Dear Podcast Listener,

Now more than ever, it is important for Americans to stop and listen to those we disagree with. The news is filled with drama from the presidential race and the police brutality protests in the NFL. It's easy to point our fingers and blame. But it's right to listen and try to understand.

As the editor of this podcast, I have the pleasure to sift through dozens of wonderful submissions and choose new, great work from writers across the country.

In a country dominated by New York and Los Angeles, many Southerners feel that their perspective gets swiped under the rug. In today's episode, CWO features two great Southern poets. I hope their words offer some perspective to you.

Alexander Smith, Editor of the CWO Podcast

Discover curated poetry from the Southern voice!

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Where we grow up shapes us. Maybe not as much as other aspects of our lives, but the environments we have lived in mold us into the people we are today.

Learn more about the authors:

Danny P. Barbare's poetry has recently appeared in Hartskill Review, Fredericksburg Literary & Art Review, Homestead Review, Up the River, Merced River Literary Review, and America's Poetic Soul. He resides in the Upstate of the Carolinas. And has been writing poetry off and on for 35 years.

Jordan Lewandowski is a writer from Slapout, Alabama currently based out of Los Angeles. He is a former talent manager in Hollywood, and produced and acted in stage productions in theaters from Wiesbaden, Germany to Montgomery, Alabama. Currently, he is at work on his first volume of poetry being heard first on this podcast.

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