Paul Revere’sCaryl Pagel
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Paul Revere’s is a series of Adler-influenced vignettes including the communal rumors, group games, mistaken memories, and twice- or thrice-told tales that can accumulate in a small Midwestern town.
AN EXCERPT FROM EP 28
“Everyone shares a therapist. This means, it seems, that we are obligated to manipulate stories when discussing one or another of the people the therapist also sees, most of whom happen to be the very people we wish to speak about, the very people who are making us ill.”
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Caryl Pagel is the author of two collections of poetry: Experiments I Should Like Tried at My Own Death and Twice Told. Caryl teaches in the NEOMFA program in eastern Ohio and is the Director of the Cleveland State University Poetry Center. She is the co-founder and editor of Rescue Press and a poetry editor at jubilat.