Eric Blanchard

Conrad Balliet reads Eric Blanchard's poem, "Peter Pan Must Die."

Conrad Balliet reads two of Eric Blanchard's poems on feelings.

Conrad Balliet reads Eric Blanchard's "Beware of Poet."

Tom Stafford reads Eric Blanchard's poem, "The Meeting Ran Long."

Conrad Balliet reads Eric Blanchard's poem, "No Longer."

Conrad Balliet reads Eric Blanchard's poem, "Everyday Strangers."

Conrad Balliet reads Eric Blanchard's poem, "It Is Spring."

Conrad Balliet reads Eric Blanchard's poem, "It Is Spring."

Conrad Balliet reads Eric Blanchard's poem, "Repertory Justice."

Texas-born Eric Blanchard moved to Dayton two years and has been active in the writing community ever since.  Blanchard writes mainly free-verse poetry and says that often the ideas for his poems find him.  Eric Blanchard sat down with Conrad Balliet to talk about finding the inspiration for his work and to share some poetry.

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