Guest: Susan Cheever
[From the Radio Times archive] Poet E.E. Cummings was known for his idiosyncratic punctuation and was embraced by the counter-culture movement of the 60s. Writer SUSAN CHEEVER talks to Marty about her family friend and mentor’s use of sounds connecting words with meaning, and his emphasis of stripped-down form and structure as he embraced adversity. Cheever returned to Radio Times with her new book, e.e. cummings: A Life, this February.