Karen Vande Bossche POPO Interview

Karen Vande Bossche POPO Interview

POPO co-founder Paul Nelson interviews Karen Vande Bossche on her experience with the august POetry POstcard festival.

3 Comments
  • KJ VANDE Bossche
    Posted at 13:04h, 01 May Reply

    Paul, my dear. Can you change my last name to Vande Bossche??

  • Sigrid ( Siggi ) Saradunn
    Posted at 23:50h, 17 July Reply

    I enjoyed listening to the interview with Karen. A friendly spirit and well spoken as to her writing.
    It isn’t clear to me what spurred a memory in me when listening …
    The Post Card Koda memory of my vast collection of postcards of artists and writers from openings and exhibits
    started when I finally found artists that appealed to my taste in art, but not my pocket book..
    My father would say “Champagne on a beer budget” … I could afford the post cards but not even
    a print often. Most of their art / and or writing is off the beaten path such as
    Robert Shetterly’s Americans Who Tell the Truth series of paintings… the cards would make wonderful
    fodder for PoPo … but am sure I put them “some place safe” which means “the black hole” of my
    storage.
    That was a good result for me, besides enjoying the interview, remembering Bob, and putting him
    next on my … what did someone call it … “stalking” list. Peace and Love, Siggi

  • Sigrid ( Siggi ) Saradunn
    Posted at 00:02h, 18 July Reply

    27 years a special ed teacher

    bonus cards .. not usually

    I enjoyed listening to the interview with Karen. A friendly spirit and well spoken as to her writing.
    It isn’t clear to me what spurred a memory in me when listening …
    The Post Card Koda memory of my vast collection of postcards of artists and writers from openings and exhibits
    started when I finally found artists that appealed to my taste in art, but not my pocket book..
    My father would say “Champagne on a beer budget” … I could afford the post cards but not even
    a print often. Most of their art / and or writing is off the beaten path such as
    Robert Shetterly’s Americans Who Tell the Truth series of paintings… the cards would make wonderful
    fodder for PoPo … but am sure I put them “some place safe” which means “the black hole” of my
    storage.
    That was a good result for me, besides enjoying the interview, remembering Bob, and putting him
    next on my … what did someone call it … “stalking” list. Peace and Love, Siggi

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