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Poet to Poet – December 2, 2015

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Nina Serrano interviews author Diana Block about her new novel “Clandestine Occupations: An Imaginary History.” Diana reads excerpts from this deeply moving, feminist thriller and discusses her inspiration for writing. The book is a walk on the wild side of society’s leftist edges of hideouts, prisons, pseudonyms, betrayals and loyalties. You’ll love hearing it.

Poet, Andrena Zawinsky writes poetry with a special sensibility for workers and women. Today, she shares a few of them with our listeners.

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