#31 from Lost Lagoon/lost in thought – Betsy Warland

As part of Red Alder Review's Open Mic series - Q&A and poem from Betsy Warland. (Q&A) Red Alder Review (RA): How do you normally connect to the poetry/literary community?  BW: I haven’t a “normally.” My first book (1981) was a collection of poems that was obviously feminist (and quietly queer). Since then, I’ve been … Continue reading #31 from Lost Lagoon/lost in thought – Betsy Warland