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Late night poetry vibes with Mary Boo Anderson

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Night Water is a refreshing, late-night podcast to quench your thirst. Like taking the first sip of a nighttime glass of water, only in your ears.
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This week on Night Water, we’ve got a special treat: a late night poetry reading from my friend Mary Boo Anderson, an artist, writer, and teacher currently based in LA. A few weeks ago I saw Mary Boo doing a virtual Zoom poetry reading for Peach Mag and I thought, we need that energy on Night Water. Consider it manifested!

Mary Boo Anderson stands in all pink, including a pink cowboy hat, in front of a large rock structure.

Find out more about Mary Boo at her website and follow her on Twitter and Instagram.

The three poems from tonight’s reading:

  • “Capitalism in the Form of Me Always Just About to Buy Some Pink Crocs as a Consolation Prize,” published in American Chordata, Issue #10

  • “In IKEA at the End of the World,” published at Neutral Spaces

  • “Watching, Waiting, Commiserating,” published at Pom Pom