Here’s an Interview at ITMOAW in which I talk about myths, my relationship with readers and other things I’ll regret.
I was lucky enough to meet poet Grant Clauser at the Push to Publish event this past October. I grabbed his book, The Trouble With Rivers, and knew I had to interview him.
Below is the interview:
WITTLE: What books are you reading right now?
CLAUSER: The most recent poetry books would be Richard Carr’s Lucifer (sort of a novel in poetry form—he tells the story of a drug-addled guy who’s stuck with Lucifer hanging on his shoulder all the time); Mary Biddinger’s O Holy Insurgency (I just started this one last night); Brian Russell’s The Year of What Now (awesome—you must get this book); and James Galvin’s Resurrection Update (this is a collected poems from 1998 I think. He’s a very outdoorsy writer, which is something l like a lot).
WITTLE: Who has influenced your current writing style the most and how?
CLAUSER: Influencing my writing and influencing…
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