Yesterday's Cambridge Reading

She was clever, I suppose, in the weakly amusing way of all wacky hipsters, dropping f-bombs and anecdotes about New York and sex. But I found myself liking her Boston accent, which decades of living elsewhere didn't eradicate. And I liked that I couldn't tell where her "asides" about a poem stopped and the poem itself began. An hour well spent? Worse ways to squander sixty notches on the clock.





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Written on 2019-07-22 at 10:10

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Sameen
Love it. Is this going to be a series?
2019-07-23


josephus The PoetBay support member heart!
Interesting reportage with a touch of ennui I think
2019-07-22


Yayāti
Ha-ha. Every reading I've been to resonates deeply with this poem. At the end, it all comes down to "worse ways to squander" the time.
2019-07-22