Ryan from VT
For people like me who rely on a cell phone to rise and shine, I think the answer is about 0.02 seconds. Hm. For more info, check out PLASTIC: A Toxic Love Story by Susan Freinkel.
Karen from Jaffrey NH
Lane from OR
It’s not all bad! For more info about our intense and multi-layered relationship with this revolutionary substance, check out PLASTIC: A Toxic Love Story by Susan Freinkel.
This Earth Day we’re taking a hard look at plastic use around the office, in light of the new nonfiction we’ve all got our noses in, PLASTIC: A Toxic Love Story by Susan Freinkel. Check in for some of the questions you should ask yourself to reevaluate your relationship with this amazing, frustrating, life-saving, destructive material.
Oh, and you should enter to win our plastic-free green swag bag, too.
Remember, you can still enter to win collections from each of the eight poets featured on the blog this month. For more info, click here.
Enter here! Do it.
Master of Disguises by Charles Simic
Old War by Alan Shapiro
The Needle by Jennifer Grotz
Displacement by Leslie Harrison
The God of Loneliness by Philip Schultz
American Rendering by Andrew Hudgins
The Common Man by Maurice Manning
Woods and Chalices by Tomaz Salamun