In keeping with spooky season, I’m talking Edgar Allan Poe this week. But make no mistake, he wrote MUCH more than horror.

Show Notes

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Here are the links relating to the episode:

I love The Poetry Foundation because not only do they do great biographies of famous poets, but they talk a lot about their famous works.

This is the Smithsonian Magazine article that talks about the nine most popular theories on how Poe died.

I don’t love the tone that this article takes, but it’s an interesting read about how the women in Poe’s life really came to his defense after he died.