Poet Jacqueline Osherow was raised in Philadelphia, where she says Hebrew school instilled in her the idea that words really, really matter. She remembers listening to the Psalms, but it wasn’t until she came to Utah that she finally understood the passage, “I will lift my eyes to the mountains, where help will come.” Tuesday, the University of Utah professor of English and Creative Writing joins Doug to talk about poetry, Judaism, Italian art, and much more.
Jacqueline Osherow is a distinguished professor of English and Creative Writing at the University of Utah. She's the author of seven poetry collections. Her most recent is called Ultimatum From Paradise. [Amazon|Indiebound]
Jacqueline Osherow, "Space Psalm," Utah Arts and Museum's Bite Size Poetry