SR Pod/Vod Series: Poet Lucinda Roy

Lucinda RoyToday, we continue to celebrate the launch of Issue 17. We’re proud to feature Lucinda Roy as our twenty-seventh Authors Talk series contributor and our second from Issue 17, discussing her poem “Narrative Arcs in Hindsight.”

In the podcast, she speaks about the genesis of the poem; the content, such as having worked with the Virginia Tech shooter, and “what we do with art in the face of tragedy.”

You can listen to the podcast on our iTunes Channel, #214.

You can read Lucinda’s “Narrative Arcs in Hindsight” in Superstition Review Issue 17.

 

More About the Author:
Lucinda Roy’s publications include the poetry collections The Humming Birds (winner of the Eighth Mountain Poetry Prize), and Wailing the Dead to Sleep; the novels Lady Moses and The Hotel Alleluia; and a memoir-critique, No Right to Remain Silent: What We’ve Learned from the Tragedy at Virginia Tech. Her poetry has appeared in many journals, including North American Review, American Poetry Review, Blackbird, Callaloo, Measure, Poet Lore, Prairie Schooner, and River Styx. She is an Alumni Distinguished Professor in Creative Writing at Virginia Tech, where she teaches fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry in the MFA program.

Cass Murphy

Cass Murphy

Cass Murphy recently graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in English Creative Writing and minors in Applied Biological Sciences, Parks and Protected Area Management, Sustainability, and an Environmental Humanities Certificate. While at ASU, she interned with Superstition Review and began the Authors Talk podcast series as Podcast Blogger. Her passions include oxford commas and birds.
Cass Murphy

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