Interview with Author/Poet Jane Hirshfield

I began writing from earliest childhood, before I can even remember, but after my first small Press book came out. My mother pulled out of her dresser drawer with these very large pieces of paper that they give you in round second-grade. And on it was written, I...
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The Poet’s View — W. S. Merwin

When to see Ezra Pound when I was 18 when I was in college. He was in St Elizabeths Hospital which was the way his defense lawyers saved him from being shot for prison the things he said during world war 2. The plea of insanity they said...
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An Interview with Tom Fitzgerald

So the book is about Ben Franklin the for Richard comes from Ben Franklin’s almanacs, publish them over spend twenty-five years and he made a large part of his fortune from just that activity home. Why did I choose Ben Franklin for this novel, in a way choose...
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Interview with Poet, Matt Jones

Good afternoon I am Jan Cleveland! Its December 16th 2014 and we are in the studio at Carleton University this afternoon my guest is left and it may be Matt Jones who has just recently achieved to major accomplishment in life that would like to talk about, welcome...
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Learning How to Write Well

The standard the usual suspects all the great that white males, then you know some women everyone, you know everyone from you Yukio Mishima by the Japanese writer a cute handsome the Norwegian writer. The living writer admire the most turn off the influences me much but winter...
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Ian McEwan’s Advice for Aspiring Writers

Well I think, it is very hard teach people novels and poets. But i think is quite useful for people to set aside time and setting aside time means attending a Creative Writing Program, think that could be useful. Also what is useful is to have expectations late...
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