Khalisa Rae on Making a Home in the South and Her Debut Collection

An interview with Khalisa Rae about her poetry collection, ‘Ghost in a Black Girl’s Throat.’

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Sandra Beasley on Exploring White Privilege, Disability, and History in Her Poetry Collection ‘Made to Explode’

An interview with the author of the poetry collection ‘Made to Explode,’ Sandra Beasley.

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Renée Nicholson Examines “Fierce and Delicate” Place of Ballerinas in the Literary World

An interview with Renée Nicholson on her essay collection, “Fierce and Delicate.”

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Colleen Oakley on Small Towns, Journalism, and the Peculiarities of Grief

An interview with the author of ‘The Invisible Husband of Frick Island,’ Colleen Oakley.

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Courtney LeBlanc on Her New Poetry Press, ‘Riot In Your Throat’

An interview with poet Courtney LeBlanc about the poetry press she launched in 2021.

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James Ijames on ‘Fat Ham,’ the South, and Embodying the Story

An interview with James Ijames whose play ‘Fat Ham,’ produced by The Wilma Theater, streams from April 29-May 23.

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Anna Lena Phillips Bell on Making New Songs from Old

An interview with Anna Lena Phillips Bell, the author of ‘Smaller Songs,’ a collection of poetry.

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