Jul 21, 2021
8 / Relationality, Embodiment, & Suicide w/ Mairead Case
Play • 47 min
Mairead Case talks with CL Young about relationality in life and after death, embodiment, moving through sadness, and grieving and writing about suicide.


Mairead Case writes and teaches in Denver. She is the author of Tiny and See You In the Morning (featherproof), TENDERNESS (Meekling), and To The Teeth, a column at Entropy. Mairead publishes and edits widely, with work most recently in POETRY, JSTOR Daily, and The Los Angeles Review of Books, and at Public Media Institute, Public Collectors, and Maggot Brain, where she is the Associate Editor. She teaches at Naropa University, the Colorado School of Mines, and inside the Denver Women's Jail. Mairead holds an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a PhD from the University of Denver. She has been a Legal Observer with the NLG for over a decade. |

Tiny by Mairead Case:

Close to the Knives: A Memoir of Disintegration by David Wojnarowicz:

Gaylord Phoenix by Edie Fake:

Sema’s music is from a song by Teal Gardner called “Joy Heraldic.” You can find more of her music here:
More episodes
Clear search
Close search
Google apps
Main menu