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cbcpodcasts ∙ Jul 18th
"Once again, this CBC series brings together literal and figurative poetry to show human connection in all its confusing, glorious forms. This installment somehow finds a throughline between an unusual shrimp-themed first date, a former Kiribati president’s sorrow for the island nation’s possible fate, and a lyrical ode to the uncertainties of a strengthening romantic relationship. Phone calls, remote interviews, and in-studio recitations are all mixed together, flowing freely from one idea to the next. All of these parts combine to form a whole that further underlines the specific and universal ways that love can appear in our lives." - Steve Greene Indiewire just named this episode one of the best of 2019, so far!