Author Margaret Randall says of Sugar String: “Between the waves of coercive chill cast by this country’s successive McCarthyisms upon American expression, it has been unfashionable to write and unusual to read poetry that speaks from the working class experience. Sue Doro’s unique voice speaks loud and clear: from her thirteen-year experience as a machinist, from her childhood of painfully survived abuse, from her condition as a woman and a feminist, and from a self-awareness that can send a shudder of recognition through her readers.”
This is the un-official San Francisco Writer's Union Video Podcast. My name is John Rhodes and I intend to do short Podcasts on authors of the writer's union in hope of revitalizing the union. If you are in the Bay Area and would like to be on contact:
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My name is John Rhodes and I have been with the writer's union for numerous years. I took up the project of trying to podcast as many of the writer's union members as I can and possibly running them on public access television. I have many podcasts but I have links to most of them at: http://rhodespoetry.com . I hope you enjoy this poetry,fiction,non-fiction,novel podcast.
I want more!