In this interview, Lynchburg, VA, poet and writer Hannah Cohen discusses poetry as “an ongoing evolution of the relationship between the self and the written word.”Read More
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Erin Hoover is the author of two poetry collections, Barnburner (2018) and No Spare People (forthcoming in 2023, Black Lawrence Press). Her poems have appeared in The Best American Poetry and Best New Poets, and in journals such as Cincinnati Review, Florida Review, Poetry Northwest, and Shenandoah. She lives in rural Tennessee and teaches creative writing at Tennessee Tech University. She curates and hosts Sawmill Poetry, an in-person series featuring poets of the South and mid-South.
“The female body is a product for others’ consumption”: An Interview with Melissa Ginsburg
An interview with Melissa Ginsburg about her new book, “Doll Apollo.”Read More
“None of What I Create Began With Me”
An interview with Marlanda Dekine about their poetry collection, “Thresh & Hold.”Read More
“We Need To Be Able To Exist in our Fullness and Wholeness”: An Interview with Mariah M.
An interview with Mariah M., poet, teaching artist, and organizer in Greensboro, North Carolina. This conversation is the first in the “Not Abandon, but Abide” series.Read More
“Not Abandon, but Abide”
An introduction to our “Not Abandon, but Abide” interview series.Read More