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"Dear History": An Interview with Shara Mccallum -- Kenyon Review --"How do we perceive the world? How do narratives of myth, the self, history, and motherhood interact?"

Tyler Mills interviews Shara McCallum on KROnline. "Memory has often been a spur for me as a poet, not so much in a narrative sense but in the way.

"I do not seek adoration. I want to write poems that heal traumas of the heart and the spirit, resist injustices, and inspire positive change." —Monica A. Hand  Click here to read more of Monica's #interview with Rædleafpoetry India.

"I do not seek adoration. I want to write poems that heal traumas of the heart and the spirit, resist injustices, and inspire positive change." —Monica A. Hand Click here to read more of Monica's #interview with Rædleafpoetry India.

A conversation with Kazim Ali - Lantern Review Blog

"Poetry for me (at that time and maybe still) was so anarchic and wild and I was attracted, if you remember, to poetry that didn't depend on traditional "sense" or "knowing" in order to have musical and bodily effect.

“Something that poems can do”: Kaveh Akbar in Conversation with Tess Liem

“Something that poems can do”: Kaveh Akbar in Conversation with Tess Liem

"Madwoman does not step neatly from one age or stage to the next; her contradictions and paradoxes are often stirred in with rewritten myths, life challenges demanding one’s need to adapt and push through living, doing what has to be done, especially for a woman of color."

"Madwoman does not step neatly from one age or stage to the next; her contradictions and paradoxes are often stirred in with rewritten myths, life challenges demanding one’s need to adapt and push through living, doing what has to be done, especially for a woman of color."

Interested in knowing Jamaal May's favorite quote, hobby, present state of mind, and what his idea of happiness is? Follow the link to learn this, and more, in his #interview with Please Excuse This Poem.

Q & A with Jamaal May Jamaal May is a poet and editor from Detroit, MI where he has taught poetry in public schools and worked as a freelance audio engineer and touring performer.

Wings and Scythes: An Interview with Kristin Robertson About Craft and Her Debut Poetry Collection, Surgical Wing

Wings and Scythes: An Interview with Kristin Robertson About Craft and Her Debut Poetry Collection, Surgical Wing

Poem of the Day: The Crowds Cheered as Gloom Galloped Away

"To close I’m sorry there won’t be any salad and I love you" Matthea Harvey, In Defense of Our Overgrown Garden from Pity the Bathtub Its Forced Embrace of the Human Form Alice James Books)

KAVEH AKBAR: “BEWILDERMENT IS AT THE CORE OF EVERY GREAT POEM”

Kaveh Akbar: “Bewilderment is at the Core of Every Great Poem”

"Our waking dreams feature money everywhere / but in our sleeping dreams / it is strange and rare." The Cool Green by Les Murray from The Biplane Houses (2006 Carcanet) http://www.poetrylibrary.edu.au/poets/murray-les/the-cool-green-0570041

"Our waking dreams feature money everywhere / but in our sleeping dreams / it is strange and rare." The Cool Green by Les Murray from The Biplane Houses (2006 Carcanet) http://www.poetrylibrary.edu.au/poets/murray-les/the-cool-green-0570041

“Severed Hands Comb the Air”: An Interview with Phillip B. Williams

“Severed Hands Comb the Air”: An Interview with Phillip B. Williams - The Collagist - The Collagist

"The next poem is always the thing I'm trying to say but haven't said yet. Even if it's something I've already said, I'm trying to say it better. I hope the future holds a successful variation of that poem many times over."   Read more of Matthew Olzmann's interview with Sally Wen Mao, here:http://bit.ly/MOPSW

APIA Series: Matthew Olzmann Poem and Interview [by Sally Wen Mao]

Akbar, a poet himself, waves his pom poms for the form at DiveDapper, a site dedicated to in-depth interviews with his favorite poets. He says he wants to live his life "in joyful service" to poetry.

Kaveh Akbar Is Poetry's Biggest Cheerleader

Akbar, a poet himself, waves his pom poms for the form at DiveDapper, a site dedicated to in-depth interviews with his favorite poets. He says he wants to live his life "in joyful service" to poetry.

Interview with Kaveh Akbar, author of Portrait of the Alcoholic

Interview with Kaveh Akbar, author of Portrait of the Alcoholic

Jamaal May on Participating in Not Terrible Readings | Poets and Writers

Jamaal May on Participating in Not Terrible Readings

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