Mysterious Goings On

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episode 12: The Right Type for Poetry with Rachel Noall

Today Alex introduces you to poet R.R. Noall, who uses a good, old-fashioned typewriter to write a poem each day for her readers, supporters, and fellow writers. A noted Denver typewriter poet, she "performs" for guests at weddings, happy hours, meetings, etc., creating poetry for guests on the spot. Since 2016, Noall’s work has been featured in numerous publications, and she’s published two full-length poetry collections. She is also the founder and Editor-in-Chief of an arts and literary magazine called From Whispers to Roars. In this far-ranging chat, Rachel and Alex discuss the democratization of poetry, their mutual love of typewriters, and supporting the writing community.

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