Tag: interviews with poets

“Folded notes that make an arrow”: An Interview with Erin Adair-Hodges

ERIN ADAIR-HODGES is the winner of the 2016 Agnes Lynch Starrett prize for Let’s All Die Happy (University of Pittsburgh, 2017). Winner of The Georgia Review’s Loraine Williams prize, she’s also been a Bread Loaf-Rona Jaffe and Sewanee-Claudia Emerson scholar and has had work featured in The Kenyon Review, Prairie Schooner, The Sewanee Review, and more. She received her

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SR72 Contributor Interviews: Marsha Truman Cooper

What is it about the genre or cross-genre you write that interests you/draws you in?   When I was in the third grade, I wrote a poem for Danny, the shiest human being I have ever met.  Our desks were enclosed boxy things on legs, dark inside, smelly if we made the mistake of putting

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SR72 Contributor Interviews: Laton Carter

What is it about the genre or cross-genre you write in that interests you/draws you in? I’m drawn to how a poem is an act of compression — that is, how an experience or a statement can be compressed into essential parts. When a poem breathes, all those parts — and only those parts —

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Like, Fer Caesura: An Interview with Cait Weiss Orcutt

Winner of the Zone 3 First Book Award, CAIT WEISS ORCUTT’s work has been published in The Boston Review, Chautauqua, FIELD, Prelude, and more. The founder of the Writers Guild Community Creative Writing Workshops in Columbus, Ohio, and a former workshop leader at New York Writers Coalition, Cait now teaches through the University of Houston,

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SR72 Contributor Interviews: Caroline Chavatel

What is it about the genre or cross-genre you write in that interests you/draws you in? In a lot of ways poetry allows me to explain or investigate a phenomenon in ways clear-cut prose just can’t. And that, of course, is no slight to prose writers. I do think, however, the fluidity of poetry and

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