“Missoula” by John Olson

November 28, 2010 § 1 Comment

We at Arthur often think of ourselves as poets, and because we are poets, sometimes we listen to other people’s poetry.  (We like our own better, like all poets.)  So here’s John Olson reading a poem called “Missoula.” It takes a while to get going, but once you’re midway through, you’re not going to want to leave this poet on a road trip to give a poetry reading in Missoula.

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  • in a distant frisson of apocalyptic western night driving by flashlight with the headlights off, it takes only a few seconds to cover all the miles from gotham book mart to freddy’s feed and read

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