Keillor, Garrison 1994

Thursday, January 13, 1994
with Roland Flint

I used to do avant-garde dance
With a blowtorch, blue paint, and no pants,
Which many folks guessed
Was genius, and the rest
Left gladly when given the chance.

– Garrison Keillor, “Baker’s Dozen”

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Listen to Garrison Keillor’s 1994 reading for the Poetry Center of Chicago:

Watch an interview with Garrison Keillor for Time Magazine:

Let winter come and walk roughshod
With sleet and freezing rains.
We fear it not, we trust in God
And jumper cables and tire chains.

– Garrison Keillor, “Minnesota Rouser”

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Listen to Garrison Keillor discuss limericks, free verse, life in St. Paul, Minnesota, and his book, O, What a Luxury:

Check out the A Prairie Home Companion website⇒

More info on Garrison Keillor⇒