Find out how writers think
An Interview with Alison Pick
A. J. Levin: You seem to have started off as a poet and moved to fiction. Did you always write both, or did one come first?
Alison Pick: Originally I wrote neither. Although I loved to write as a kid, and wish that I still had a copy of a novel I started in a Hilroy notebook in Grade 2 (evil twins: how original), it never occurred to me to pursue writing as a vocation until my final year of ...
An Interview with Daniel David Moses
Joanne Arnott: With your permission, Daniel: I find my questions are all about the inside of your writing life, so I’ll start off there, and work toward the outer manifestations as we go. How does it feel to be Daniel David Moses writing a poem? Can you describe the sensations, a usual way or flow, share an image of yourself writing a poem?
Daniel David Moses: This image of working on poetry comes from ...
An interview with Poor Tree
CV2: Describe a typical performance of Poor Tree. Obviously each one is different, but how do you approach each performance?
Dana Landry: Well, we tend to spend a little bit of time together beforehand. And just get into a sense of what everyone’s rhythm is so we can come to the performance having a sense of each other and where we’re at. It’s interesting because, when we get up there, as much as that ...