Podcast Episode 7: Surprise

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Hi, everyone, my name’s Catherine Rockwood, and today for the Reckoning Magazine Podcast, I’m going to be reading you “Surprise” by Tom Barlow, which is featured in Reckoning 6.

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Author: Tom Barlow

Tom Barlow is an Ohio author of poetry, short stories and novels. His work has appeared in  journals and anthologies including  PlainSongs, Ekphrastic Review, Voicemail Poetry, Hobart, Tenemos, Redivider, Aji,  The New York Quarterly, The Modern Poetry Quarterly, and many more. See more at tombarlowauthor.com.
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Author: Catherine Rockwood

Catherine Rockwood lives in MA. Poems in Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet, Liminality, Psaltery & Lyre, and elsewhere. She reviews books for Strange Horizons, spends a lot of time chasing after three stubborn children and trying to get them to read fantasy literature, and depends heavily on coffee, gardening, and her poetry-writing group.

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