In this video, poets Susan Howe and David Grubbs discuss free verse and how it can be used to create beautiful poetry. They recount a time when they were in Bohemia and it was a "little is otherwise known." They also discuss how free verse can be used to convey a message of woe. The speaker concludes by saying that he will always remember their message and that they will lead America to its final destination.
In the video, David Grubbs and Susan Howe discuss their book "The Harmless Dust." Howe talks about how the title relates to the theme of life and death, and how the idea of Labadie poplar was singled out on a map. Grubbs and Howe answer other questions asked by the audience.