The Clerestory Podcast S1 E25

The Oklahoma Tenant Farmer and Me
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Olivia Bardo

Olivia Bardo is an editorial assistant at Sojourners. Her works appear on, the Porch, the American Academy of Poets, Meniscus Journal, and elsewhere. She grew up with infusions of nondenominational and Baptist traditions and is continuing to journey down the ever-unfolding path of faith, discovering the Divine in nature, art, and people. She is often found reading or writing poetry, drinking tea, and baking bread. She resides in Washington, D.C..

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