Apr

16

Black Warrior Review’s Interview with Sally Wen Mao

Check out Black Warrior Review’s interview with Sally Wen Mao: she discusses dreaming robots, Wong Kar-Wai, imaginary cities, books she’s loved this past year, and her poem “Yume Miru Kikai,” which is in response to the death of the beloved and great filmmaker Satoshi Kon and his unfinished project, The Dreaming Machine. Don’t miss the […]

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Mar

03

Interview with AJB’s executive editor, Carey Salerno

Read this interview with AJB’s executive editor, Carey Salerno, about the founding of Alice James Books, difficulties with poetry and the digital market, the definition of “good writing,” and Pen and Brush. http://huff.to/1EKouSP

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Mar

03

Interview with Richie Hofmann

Dive into Richie Hofmann’s ‪lyrical‬ insight on ‪poetry‬ and read his ‪advice‬ for young ‪writers‬ in “Poet To Watch.” http://bit.ly/poet2watch

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Mar

03

Interview with Philip Metres

Read this ‪insightful‬ ‪interview‬ with Philip Metres’ about his new ‪‎poetry‬ collection, “Sand Opera.” http://bit.ly/17BAjOa

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Oct

31

Brian Turner News

Can’t get enough Brian Turner news? Check out these links! http://bit.ly/McClatchyTurner http://bit.ly/BrevityInterview http://bit.ly/TurnerMorristown And make sure you take a look at his new #memoir, “My Life as a Foreign Country.”

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Oct

23

Mary Szybist and The Virgin Mary

AJB’s Mary Szybist, author of Granted, was interviewed in the Washington Post’s “The Life of a Poet” segment , which discusses her National Book Award winning book of poems, Incarnadine.   Read the interview here This interview centers around Mary’s connection with the Virgin Mary, and how she had to became connected to the biblical woman through […]

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Oct

02

Fanny Howe Interview and Judge of Griffin Poetry Prize!

A double congratulations to AJB’s Fanny Howe, author of “Robeson Street!” Read her amazing interview  in Bomb Magazine and submit to the Griffin Poetry Prize, where your work will be judged by Fanny! Read the interview here  

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Sep

30

Brian Turner Interviewed by Boston’s NPR

AJB’s Brian Turner was interviewed on WBUR, Boston’s NPR! He talks about his memoir, “My Life as a Foreign Country.” It’s a great interview, just make sure you have your sound on because it is an audio file! Listen to it here In this interview, Brian really goes into the legacy of his time at […]

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Sep

18

Dan Beachy-Quick Interviewed by Fogged Clarity

AJB’s Dan Beachy-Quick, author or “North True South Bright,” was interviewed by Fogged Clarity about his poems titled, “Shields and Songs” which appeared in their August edition. They discussed Dan’s ideas for his poems and help the reader get a better understanding of Dan’s intentions. It is an audio file, so make sure you have […]

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Sep

10

Blood-Jet Radio interview of Sally Wen Mao

AJB’s own Sally Wen Mao, author of “Mad Honey Symposium,” was interviewed over on The Blood-Jet Radio. It’s a great interview and Sally is clever as always, but it is an audio file so make sure you get out your headphones if you’re in public! Check it out here

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