Interviews

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August 17, 2016
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Profile: Kyle Schlesinger of Cuneiform Press by Andrew Miller

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July 6, 2015
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Photo courtesy of Devaki Knowles.   Profile: Kyle Schlesinger of Cuneiform Press By Andrew Miller   With a 15-year retrospective planned this summer, Cuneiform Press will celebrate its continued connection between the origins of written communication and modern technology, as well as natural progression of the art from master to apprentice to artisanal craft. Marfa […]


Internet Writing in Tunisia: Ali Znaidi and Michael Hessel-Mial in Conversation

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May 5, 2015
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    Internet Writing in Tunisia: Ali Znaidi and Michael Hessel-Mial in Conversation     Introduction: Part of what I love about curating Internet Poetry is the ways that people outside of the “alt lit network” find it, becoming key contributors. Ali Znaidi, Tunisian in origin and published internationally, first caught my attention this way. […]


An Interview With Julie Carr

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March 1, 2015
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  An Interview with Julie Carr (Dan Beachy-Quick)   (first appeared in Colorado Poet #10)   DBQ: The poem I find myself returning to most often in Equivocal is “Iliadic Familias (with insertions from Homer).” In many ways, it feels encompassing of many of the things I so admire in your work. The structure of […]


An Interview with Gale Acuff

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January 1, 2015
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    An Interview with Gale Acuff By Kayla Hoppes   KH: How would you describe your writing process? Are there certain things that you do to “prepare” yourself? GA: I keep a writing routine which is based on time and my location and is relative to whatever my current teaching schedule is. For the […]


An Interview with Joe Wenderoth

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January 1, 2015
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    An Interview with Joe Wenderoth By Benjamin Dunham     BD: Humor seems to play a fairly large role in your poetry, is this a natural tendency or a preferred device? Additionally, the combination of brevity and obscurity is frequent in your poetry, what is it about such a pairing that you find advantageous?   JW:  I […]


An Interview with Frederico Prado

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November 2, 2014
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  An Interview with Frederico Prado By Benjamin Dunham     To start off, what writers have influenced you most and how would you describe your process?    I think Brazilian writers João Guimarães Rosa, Graciliano Ramos and Oswald de Andrade somehow influenced me to first start writing in Portuguese. I don’t mean to say […]


Murmuration: An Interview with Jake Adam York

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September 2, 2014
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  Murmuration: An Interview with Jake Adam York By Robert King *This interview first appeared in The Colorado Poet, Issue #8 (October 2009). Jake Adam York passed away on December 16th, 2012. He’s missed.  Jake York’s A Murmuration of Starlings received the Colorado Book Award in Poetry for 2009. The following is an e-mail interview […]


Jack Collom Interviewed By Robert King

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June 30, 2014
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Jack Collom Interviewed By Robert King Second Nature (Instance Press, 2012) This interview first appeared in The Colorado Poet #23, Summer 2013. Note from Robert King: Jack Collom responded in writing to written questions. This abbreviated the interview somewhat and I’ve added two passages from other interviews (in Second Nature) that follow this interview with Jack. […]


Art Goodtimes Interviewed by Robert King

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May 2, 2014
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  Art Goodtimes Interviewed by Robert King Looking South to Lone Cone: The Cloud Acre Poems (Western Eye Press, 2013) Note: This interview first appeared in The Colorado Poet #26, Spring 2014.  Bob King: Art, I want to talk about your latest book, Looking South to Lone Cone: the Cloud Acre Poems, the last phrase the name you’ve […]


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