As a continuation of last week’s conversation on Mother’s Day, this episode is all about those special women in our lives. To that end, here’s contributor Jesse Glass being held by his grandmother as an infant.
Jesse Glass grew up on a horse farm outside of Westminster, Maryland. He is the author of The Passion of Phineas Gage and Selected Poems; Lost Poet (Drama), and Black-Out In My Left Eye (Novel/Prose Poetry/Poetry) and has just finished The Complete Gaha Noas Zorge (Babes of the Abyss are Friendly), a book-length, experimental poem soon to go to press. He’s lived and taught in Japan for almost 24 years.
Happy listening and happy Mother’s Day!