Posts filed under ‘Intermittent Visitors’
I’ve found that anything and everything–from book reviewing to doing a prison workshop to editing and interviewing–has a positive effect on my own work, gives me new ideas, and makes me feel less isolated as a writer.
|Intermittent Visitors: Wendy Vardaman and Christine Klocek-Lim, both interviewed by Joanne Merriam.|
Add comment 19 May 2013
|Intermittent Visitors: Daniel McGinn interviewed by Joanne Merriam.|
6 May 2013
|Intermittent Visitors: Joshua Robbins; Mary Alexandra Agner; Brynn Saito; Jeannine Hall Gailey all interviewed by Joanne Merriam.|
26 April 2013
|Intermittent Visitors: Iris Jamahl Dunkle interviewed by Joanne Merriam.|
11 April 2013
Perhaps it’s an exercise in empathy, an attempt to characterize especially the missing or dead in whole, actual, honest terms.
|Intermittent Visitors: David J. Daniels interviewed by Joanne Merriam.|
9 April 2013
I believe at this point in my life it is about communicating things I already know or am learning on a deeper level.
|Intermittent Visitors: Roberta Beary interviewed by Joanne Merriam.|
7 April 2013
poems are wonderful containers for the communication of complex ideas or for truths that are larger than we are
|Intermittent Visitors: Kevin Prufer interviewed by Joanne Merriam.|
2 April 2013
“Over time, it occurred to me that the whole town should be a place where the forces of sex and money have jumped the tracks. I began thinking of them as natural forces, like electricity and water. When they stay in their wires and pipes, everything’s fine. But when they burst out, they burn down the house or flood the place.”
|Intermittent Visitors: Scott Sparling interviewed by Kathleen Alcalá.|
3 February 2013
[Miriam] Sagan’s poems filled my eyes so much that the rest of my senses began to ache in comparison.
|Carboniferous Layer of Life, a book review by Mary Alexandra Agner.|
28 January 2013
After the electricity has gone out, for one brief second they illuminate something in a way you have never seen or considered it, before life returns to darkness.
|The Haiga of Terry Ingram by Avery Oslo.|
18 November 2012