On this edition of WINGS, 85-year-old poet Phyllis Hotch gives an interview and reads poetry at her home in Taos, New Mexico. Her new book is about the emotional issues of caring for a loved one with dementia.

About the guest:

Phyllis Hotch, 83, Taos, is a retired English teacher. She is a board member of SOMOS, writing organization in Taos, and author of two published chapbooks, A Little Book of Lies (Blinking Yellow Books, 1993) and No Longer Time (La Alameda Press, 2001). This is her first appearance as a winner in the annual Senior Poets Laureate poetry competition for American poets 50 and older. Her sign of the zodiac is Capricorn.

ON WINGS | October 26, 2013 | 2:30 pm

Poems of Age: Creativity for This Poet Continues Late in Life

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On this edition of WINGS, 85-year-old poet Phyllis Hotch gives an interview and reads poetry at her home in Taos, New Mexico. Her new book is about the emotional issues of caring for a loved one with dementia.

About the guest:

Phyllis Hotch, 83, Taos, is a retired English teacher. She is a board member of SOMOS, writing organization in Taos, and author of two published chapbooks, A Little Book of Lies (Blinking Yellow Books, 1993) and No Longer Time (La Alameda Press, 2001). This is her first appearance as a winner in the annual Senior Poets Laureate poetry competition for American poets 50 and older. Her sign of the zodiac is Capricorn.

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