By Juliet Cook
Thank you very much to Pretty Owl Poetry for inviting women to read poems by other women in honor of Women’s History Month.
Blood Pudding Press editor Juliet Cook chose to read “House on Fire” by Susan Yount, the title poem from Yount’s Blood Pudding Press poetry chapbook of the same name.
In honor of Women’s History Month, we asked our contributors what feminism means to them. For Juliet Cook, it means “That I’m more than just a body part and should be able to make my own choices in regards to my own body and mind and spirit.
Listen to her reading of Susan Yount’s, “House on Fire” from Blood Pudding Press –
Source:: Blood Pudding Press