Rae Armantrout's poems apprehend the world as a place charged by the nonexistent supernatural. For her, the eerie thing is that ghosts don't exist. She reads selections from her new collection, Just Saying (Wesleyan), and elucidates her interest in the spectral and exuberant qualities of life.
Rae Armantrout: Just Saying
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