6-16-2004 – Rose Drew

16 Jun

June 16th, 2004 – Rose Drew
A politically active poet- anthropologist; she is currently sorting 500-year-old Peruvians at the Peabody Museum in New Haven, working on her Master’s in Archaeology at Yale, and parenting a daughter. She has sold refrigerators at Sears, drinks in bars, and science to 9-year-olds. Her work has been published in The Hartford Courant, The Connecticut River Review, The Fairfield Review, Poetic License, Ashes, Ashes , and Poetry Emerging, among others, in addition to a few short stories and trade articles. Her FBI file no doubt includes her recent rant on George W, included in the book One Hundred Days. Rose views just about any experience in life as a suitable subject, much to the horror of some, and the pleasure of others.   (host – Peter)

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