Boulder Poet Andrea Gibson Writes Through Love And War In ‘Lord Of The Butterflies’

Boulder poet Andrea Gibson weaves together love poetry with entries that explore protests, gun violence, homophobia and even war.

The complexities and depths of human emotion form the foundation of Gibson’s latest collection of poetry, “Lord of the Butterflies,”. Gibson, who prefers the pronouns they/them/their, spoke with Colorado Matters about incorporating anger and humor in their work.

Listen to the conversation and hear Gibson perform some of their work at cpr.org

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