Tag: Poets

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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Pearl Aviary: An Interview with Rebecca Valley

REBECCA VALLEY is a poet and editor from Saint Albans, Vermont. She is the founder and editor-in-chief of Drizzle Review, a book review site with a focus on under-represented authors and books in translation, and serves as associate poetry editor at Fairy Tale Review. She currently lives in Northampton, MA, where she is an MFA candidate at

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S71 Contributor Interviews: Mario J. Gonzales

What interests you/draws you in? The story Chisme concerns a few people I knew in Parlier, the town in California I’m from. A man who lived in a rundown building next door and went out each morning in search of cans. The town itself is predominantly 99.9 percent Latino and so I choose to write about

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Encyclopédie Quixotica: An Interview with Allison Campbell

ALLISON CAMPBELL lives in New Orleans. She earned her PhD in Literature, Creative Writing from the University of Southern Mississippi’s Center for Writers where she served as associate editor of the Mississippi Review. Her poems have appeared in such places as Copper Nickel, The Cincinnati Review, Switchback, Witness, Rattle, Court Green, and Harpur Palate. She has guest blogged for The Best American Poetry website

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