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Interview: Emma Bolden

August 22, 2017 by

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It’s been a privilege to read Emma Bolden’s work for a decade now and a pleasure to be continually surprised by it. On the rare occasions someone asks me about poets they should read or poets from Alabama, she’s likely the first I mention. I love the frequently haunted personae of her poems, often women […]

Almost Updates and Little Billboards #41–50

January 30, 2014 by

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There are rumblings. We’ll be updating more soon. Keep listening to the Outrider Podcast and keep reading Little Billboards. We’ve got new jobs, new houses, new children, etc. We live in four different states. We got more good stuff coming soon. After the Outrider and a perusal of LB #41-50 above, check out some recent […]

Interview: Reed Randolph

October 27, 2013 by

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The first place I saw Reed Randolph’s work was on Instagram. Actually, I don’t know if I saw his own work or pictures of his weird, old toys first, but I do remember this eventually leading to a conversation about Bill “Chop Top” Moseley. What set Randolph’s work apart for me was that he obviously […]

The Goading: Breeders’ Theatre

May 15, 2013 by

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I’ve always enjoyed creating prompts, but more often than not get stuck somewhere in the middle of the response. I feel like if I don’t find the piece in the first draft that I am left lost in the dig. “The Goading” is helping to shine a light on it. I was listening to an […]