What does it mean to waste a life? Melissa Poulin explores James Wright and how, from the hammock’s viewpoint, wasting a life and living fully might be inextricably intertwined.
About Melissa Reeser Poulin
Melissa Reeser Poulin loves growing food and flowers, and sewing clothes for friends. She is passionate about healthcare reform and is learning the art of community acupuncture at POCA Tech, part of the movement to provide affordable and accessible acupuncture for all. She's the author of a chapbook of poems on faith and motherhood, Rupture, Light, and helped edit Boneshaker: A Bicycling Almanac and Winged: New Writing on Bees. Find her at melissareeserpoulin.com.