Between is now posted! Between is a sound poem that recognizes and foregrounds the informal aside. In producing an audio recording of a reading of Renata Ewing's The Voyage of Margaret Saville And Other Poems Concerning Frankenstein's Creature, I found that the between spaces were quite compelling and called out to have their own voice in a poem. How does this poem make you feel? What in the poem makes you feel that way? In anthropology, the periods of transition between formal occurrences often reveal unexposed aspects of behavior, ways of being, ways of being together, and subtle mechanisms of interchange and propriety. I am used to looking at between times in closed groups, like, for example, a classroom. It is the between, open times (often, in structured classrooms, the "wait" time), when children's peer routines and rituals bubble up. This topic of between means I will proabably be working on a series of Between poems, as I investigate different audio contexts. In the context of the reading of Renata Ewing's The Voyage of Margaret Saville, what is revealed in the informal space between the poems of this work is the preparation for presentation: our need to prepare our voice, to bring richness with breathe, and to cue our entrance. These vocal gestures fall against the gentle backdrop of the manuscript page.