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Poems from a Heathen Mommy with Megan Rahm

In this episode our guest is poet Megan Rahm. We discuss her book of poetry ‘Free to Roam: Poems from a Heathen Mommy’ and her journey to freethought. She not only shares some selections from the book but also talks about her mental health struggles, her chosen artform, and her upcoming memoir.

Episode 33: Poems from a Heathen Mommy with Megan Rahm

In this episode our guest is poet Megan Rahm. We discuss her book of poetry ‘Free to Roam: Poems from a Heathen Mommy’ and her journey to freethought. She not only shares some selections from the book but also talks about her mental health struggles, her chosen artform, and her upcoming memoir.

Our Guest

Megan Rahm

Poet and blogger Megan Rahm is the quintessential Midwest mom but also is a very passionate atheist. From her childhood in rural Ohio to her present-day life in Toledo, she tells her story of struggles and triumphs through poetry.

Extras:

“Free to Roam: Poems from a Heathen Mommy” @ Freethoughthouse
“Free to Roam: Poems from a Heathen Mommy” # Barnes & Noble
“Free to Roam: Poems from a Heathen Mommy” @ Amazon

From the Ashes of Faith (Blog)

Selections from Free to Roam: Poems from a Heathen Mommy copyright 2020 Megan Rahm used with permission

Megan also joined us in October at an in-person SHoWLE meeting. Here is a video of that presentation:

Video of presentation given in October 2021

Transcript:

Voice Over 0:02
This is glass city humanist, a show about humanism, humanist values by a humanist. Here’s your host, Douglas Berger.

Doug Berger 0:11
In this episode, our guest is poet Megan Rahm, we discuss her book of poetry Free to Roam: Poems from a Heathen Mommy and her journey to freethought. She not only share some selections from the book, but also talks about her mental health struggles, her chosen art form. And her upcoming memoir

Voice Over 0:30
glass city humanist is an outreach project of the secular humanists of Western Lake Erie, building community through compassion and reason for a better tomorrow.

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[Transcript also available for offline reading HERE]

Credits

Written, produced, and edited by Douglas Berger and he is entirely responsible for the content. Incidental voice overs by Shawn Meagley

The GCH theme is “Glass City Jam” composed using Ampify Studio

This episode by Glass City Humanist is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0.

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