In his fifth collection of poetry, Touch Anywhere to Begin (Signature Editions, April 2016), JIM NASON delves into what his contemporary Carl Phillips describes as “…the tension between how we behave / and how we’re expected to behave,” fully immersed in the physical where passion, loss, and grief collide and disperse in unexpected ways.

Jim sits down with wQr host JEFF KIRBY next month to discuss his writings, publishing (he’s the publisher at Tightrope Books) and more.


Photo: KIRBY

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