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Andrea Gibson

Happy Valentine's Day from your Soul Sisters! On this episode genderqueer poet/performer Andrea Gibson joins the show to talk turning love, politics, gender and other elements of the human experience into powerful art on their new album 'Hey Galaxy' and book 'Take Me With You.'

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