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Bonus Episode: Caitlin Hamilton Summie

February 28, 2018 by

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https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-b6vzm-8b95a1 Caitlin Hamilton Summie is the author the short story collection To Lay To Rest Our Ghosts from Fomite Press (http://www.fomitepress.com/Home.html). You can also keep up with Caitlin at her website (https://caitlinhamiltonsummie.com) or if you think you might need a book publicist, try http://www.caitlinhamiltonmarketing.com/wordpress/ 

Bonus Episode: A Conversation with Duncan B. Barlow

December 26, 2017 by

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https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-zm3bf-80bec6 In this bonus episode I talk to one-time Naropa classmate Duncan B. Barlow about punk rock in Louisville, losing our fathers, our mutual affection for Bobbie Louise Hawkins and Laird Hunt, how to stay in the game, and the cats that interrupt us. Also, I screw up the name of Lewis and Clark College. […]

Interview: Ashley M. Jones

December 14, 2017 by

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The story is that Birmingham, Alabama, was growing so quickly that it earned the nickname “The Magic City.” I first heard the epithet while living in Mobile and listening to Sun Ra’s 1966 recording of the same name. John Szwed has written that the name of the record was a way for Sun Ra to […]

The Terror Test: Test Prep #3

July 15, 2016 by

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Hitch Me Up! Hitch Me Down! The oldest memory I have of terror involves the piece of music “The Lonely Man” by Joe Harnell. My body electrified with fear when I heard the first four notes of the melody. And then I would run. I didn’t have to see Bruce Banner’s eyes turn white or […]

Interview: Adam Vines

February 14, 2014 by

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When I think about “nature poets,” I often unfairly stereotype the idea into two camps: the contemporary Cassandras and their warmings and warnings or the Hallmark Thoreaus, full of simple awe and wonder. That’s unfortunate; it’s just as hard to write new, meaningful nature poetry, as it is to write new, meaningful love poetry. The […]

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 […]

Interview: TJ Beitelman

July 22, 2013 by

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Near the end of TJ Beitelman’s “Elegy in Seven Parts That Is Start-to-finish Love Story,” he gives the reader an image of ghostly sermons, one of which is “About how we hoist things up above our heads/ And can never hold them there.” For me, this is an essential image in Beitelman’s work in which […]