In this episode, we had the pleasure of talking again with poet, Julie Howd. 

Julie defines her term "Eco-Surrealism" in this episode, and we discuss the intersection of avant-garde poetry and the ever-pressing fight for the health of our planet. 

In this context, we discuss the work of Argentinian poet, Silvina Ocampo, specifically her selected poems published by NYRB.

Julie's Eco-Surrealist Recommended Reading List:

Whale and Vapor by Kim Kyung Ju
Whale in the Woods by Blueberry Elizabeth Morningsnow
Sea Summit by Yi Lu
Beasts of Burden by Sanaura Taylor
Quantum weirdness and surrealism Ball, P. Quantum weirdness and surrealism. Nature 453, 983–984 (2008)
Book, Film and Exhibit References in this Episode:
Las Dîners de Gala by Salvador Dalí
The Doors of Perception by Aldous Huxley 
How to Change Your Mind by Michael Pollan
Film: Queen of Diamonds by Nina Menkes

Ways to Get Involved for Earth Day

In Austin: 



Julie Howd is a poet and educator from Massachusetts. She is the author of Threshold (Host Publications, 2020), winner of the Host Publications Chapbook prize, and Talking from the Knees Up (dancing girl press, 2018). She holds an MFA from the University of Texas, Austin, and has received fellowships from the Juniper Summer Writing Institute and the James A. Michener Center. Her work can be found in Sixth Finch, The Spectacle, Deluge, and elsewhere. She lives in Amherst, MA.



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