Maxine Skuba

Conrad Balliet reads Maxine Skuba's poem, "Ripening Fruit."

Janeal Ravndal reads Maxine Skuba's poem, "Carryout Camping."

Janeal Ravndal reads Maxine Skuba's poem, "Ripening Fruit."

Julie Moore reads Maxine Skuba's poem, "Quin at Two Months."

Julie Moore reads Maxine Skuba's poem, "Evening Light"

Maxine Skuba is a professional counselor and teaches Life/Work Planning classes at Wright State University, Clark State Community College and Antioch University Midwest.  Over the last 16 years she has subdued her inner critic and is now comfortable with also being called a poet.

Here Skuba speaks with Conrad Balliet about writing as threapy, travel and inspiration. 

Conrad Balliet reads Maxine Skuba's poem, "My Brother"

Conrad Balliet reads Maxine Skuba's poem, "My Place."

Conrad Balliet reads Maxine Skuba's poem, "Artie."

Conrad Balliet reads Maxine Skuba's poem, "Ripening Fruit."

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