Anchored Podcast Ep. 213: Chris Dombrowski, the River You Touch

Chris Dombrowski and April Vokey conversation
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Chris Dombrowski is a poet, author, teacher, and river guide who works and lives in Missoula, Montana. His latest book, The River You Touch, was recently released and I was keen to hear more about its behind the scenes. In this episode of Anchored, Chris and I discuss poetry, why it matters, our relationship with water, and how each of us process our inner conversation differently.

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