Today we are pleased to feature author Kate Fetherston as our Authors Talk series contributor. Kate first discusses the poem “Particles, Waves, Hello, Goodbye” which was first published in Issue 18 of Superstition Review. Kate speaks about her poetic process is similar to her artistic process. She is constantly searching for the balance between the “quotidian and the abstract.” Kate […]
A passage in Dylan Thomas’ A Child’s Christmas in Wales has been rattling around in my brain this past month. The house next door (“at the bottom of the garden”) catches fire, and the bored children joyously race into the smoke armed with snowballs until the fire brigade shows up to put the fire out. […]
Recently I had the good fortune to read some of Pamela Stewart’s new and as yet unpublished prose poems. She’s creating a mosaic of small, luminous pieces with a variety of characters, voices, and circumstances—and the project is still in process. I was struck by the abruptness of the endings and an absence of correlation […]
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