Nukúnguasik, who escaped from the tupilak
from Eskimo Folk-Tales by Knud Rasmussen (1921)
In the first episode of Under the Table hosts Sarah and Anna interview me about poetry and place, with the emphasis on the latter - and digressions via kayaks, qivittoq and tupilaks. There are poems from Andrew Fentham (who responds with panache to my challenge to write a sestina using the titles of Pet Shop Boys songs), Jane Yeh and - a new discovery for me - the work of minimalist poet Robert Lax.
I'm looking forward to the next episode already.