December 21, 2017

Living Room: Lindsey Boldt

Terry Castle and Lindsey Boldt. Photo by Chris Brennan.

Terry Castle and Lindsey Boldt. Photo by Chris Brennan.

Poet, publisher, and teacher Lindsey Boldt talks about the Poetic Labor Conference in Oakland in 2010 and how it lifted the taboo against talking about the relationship between making art and making a living. As artists in the world right now, she says, “we have work to do.”

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