CHAC: You’ve done some amazing work creating the Voices in Wartime Education Project. What is the role of the Project in your artistic endeavors, and how has this effort inspired and led you to create Revival?
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If you are lucky in this life, A window will appear on a battlefield between two armies. And when the soldiers look into the window They don’t see their enemies. They see themselves as children. And they stop fighting And go home and go to sleep. When they wake up, the land is well again.
Cameron Penny's If You Are Lucky in This Life was originally published in the November/December 2001 issue of North American Review. Marie Howe reads his poem in the film Voices in Wartime.