Posts Tagged With: poetry

September 7, 2020

Forms Of Enchantment – Literary Conversations, Part 1 (Jennifer Denrow and Mathias Svalina With Roger Green)

The following is republished from The New Polis, and is the first of a four-part series. The video version can be found here. Jennifer Denrow is the author of California (Four Way Books, 2011). Her chapbooks include How We Know it is That (Horse Less Press, 2014) and From California, On (Brave Men Press, 2012). Her writing…

Posted in Literature
November 10, 2017

Racing For The Prize, Part 1 (Michael Boughn)

The following is the first of a two-part installment.  The article was previously published in Canadian Literature 219 (Winter 2013): (193-199).  It is republished with permission of the author. Not long ago I was “short listed,” as they say, for a big literary prize. How big is big, you well may ask.  Big enough to…

Posted in Creative Writing
February 20, 2017

Library Of Dreams – Bibliotherapy And The Beautiful Barrio (Joy Roulier Sawyer)

Years ago I pursued a doctorate in the interdisciplinary fields of art, psychology, and theology. At the time, I served as poetry editor for a flailing literary journal with the same three-part focus, an enterprise that eventually folded, as did many publications of that era. I felt intuitively that our…

Posted in Poetry, Uncategorized
October 31, 2016

From Shakespeare To Search Engines – Experimental Poetry Comes Of Age (Daniel Y. Harris)

The following are edited portions of an interview with Daniel Y. Harris, a contributing editor of Esthesis as well as co-founder and current editor of X-Peri, an e-magazine for experimental poetry.   He is also the author of several influential books of poetry, including Hyperlinks of Anxiety, The Underworld of…