TNP147 Tom Hirons Tracks Collapse + Meaning Through Poetry

69 minutes

Sometimes A Wild God is a powerful poem written by storyteller, author, wilderness vigil guide, and poet, Tom Hirons. In this episode, I ask the poet the impolite question, "What is your poem about?"

It leads to a conversation about collapse, grief, wilderness vigil, the wyrd, the loneliness of modern masculinity, the lifetime work of wholeness, and the prospect of hope as a deity.

Find Tom's writing at tomhirons.com

Purchase stacks of his poetry and prose at Hedgespoken Press hedgespokenpress.com

Adorn your abode or altar with Rima's art by visiting her site: rimastaines.com

And learn more about their life in the off-grid storytelling theatre run from a 1966 Bedford RL lorry, converted to be a home and go-anywhere stage. (For real.): hedgespoken.org

Resources mentioned in this episode: Dark Mountain Project On Poetry, by Glyn Maxwell In The Skin Of A Lion, by Michael Ondaatje By Grand Central Station I Sat Down And Wept, by Elizabeth Smart

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