Good Bones — New Poetry Volume from Maggie Smith

Maggie Smith’s lasting and resonant poems live up to the wide popularity of the eponymous “Good Bones.” Internationally-renowned Smith discusses living in Columbus, the place where she grew up, and the influence of crankies — traditional storytelling with shadow puppets which pre-dated movies — on one of the narrative themes, plus handling emotionally hot material, with Word Carver host Cynthia Rosi.

Good Bones book launch at Gramercy Books, Bexley on October 2, 2017. Pre-order through the bookstore.

Katherine Fahey’s cranky, discussed by Maggie Smith in this interview, can be viewed here.

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