Shel We Read a Poem

Russ and Lauren read through Shel Silverstein’s Where the Sidewalk Ends and what the poems mean to aging Millennials during a pandemic.


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Russ Tribble

Russ Tribble is a good ol’ nerdy Dallas boy now living in Vancouver, BC. He holds an MFA in Creative Writing for no good reason at all and currently works as a multimedia designer for an educational software company.

Russ moonlights as the co-host of two podcasts—Shel We Read a Poem, and Hey James, Watch This!

Lauren Hudgins

Lauren Hudgins earned her MA in Publishing and her MFA in Creative Nonfiction from Portland State University in 2014. Living car-free, she bikes about the gloom of the rainy Pacific Northwest to keep her endorphins flowing. Unlike Russ, this is the only podcast she started during the pandemic.

Episode 71: Hammock, Dinner Guest Shel We Read a Poem?

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  1. Episode 71: Hammock, Dinner Guest
  2. Episode 70: Here Comes, The Sword Swallower
  3. Episode 69: Wild Strawberries, The Skin Stealer
  4. Episode 68: What Did?, How Many, How Much
  5. Episode 67: Mr. Smeds and Mr. Spats, Superstitious
  6. Episode 66: Always Sprinkle Pepper, Tired
  7. Episode 65: A Light in the Attic, How Not to Have to Dry the Dishes
  8. Episode 64 (Bonus): Shel We Hear Some Outtakes One Last Time?
  9. Episode 63 (Bonus): Shel We Hear Some Outtakes Again?
  10. Episode 62: Just Me, Just Me, Dancing Pants
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