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Interview with Sarah Carey

Sarah Carey is the author of two chapbooks, including Accommodations, winner of the 2018 Concrete Wolf Chapbook Award, and The Heart Contracts (Finishing Line Press). A graduate of the Florida State University creative writing program, her work has appeared in Barrow Street, Superstition Review, Potomac Review, Carolina Quarterly, and elsewhere.

 
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Interview with Hannah Kroonblawd

Hannah Kroonblawd is a PhD student in English Studies at Illinois State University, where she works in the Publications Unit and serves as assistant poetry editor for Spoon River Poetry Review. A graduate of the MFA program at Oregon State University, her recent work can be found in Washington Square Review, Blue Earth Review, Radar Poetry, and South Dakota Review, among others.

 
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INTERVIEW WITH JEN KARETNICK

Jen Karetnick is the author of five poetry collections, four cookbooks, and five poetry chapbooks, including The Crossing Over, winner of the 2018 Split Rock Review chapbook contest. She is co-founder/co-editor of the daily online literary journal, SWWIM Every Day. Jen works as the dining critic for MIAMI Magazine and as a freelance lifestyle journalist.

 
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Interview with Cindy King

Cindy King’s work has appeared in The Sun, Callaloo, North American Review, African American Review, American Literary Review, Cincinnati Review, and elsewhere. She currently lives in Utah, where she is an Assistant Professor of Creative Writing at Dixie State University and Editor of The Southern Quill.

 
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Interview with Jack B. Bedell

Jack B. Bedell is Professor of English and Coordinator of Creative Writing at Southeastern Louisiana University where he also edits Louisiana Literature and directs the Louisiana Literature Press. His latest collections are Elliptic (Yellow Flag Press, 2016), Revenant (Blue Horse Press, 2016), and No Brother, This Storm (Mercer University Press, 2018). He has recently been appointed by Governor John Bel Edwards to serve as Louisiana Poet Laureate 2017-2019. 

 
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Interview With Carol Alexander

Carol Alexander’s books include Environments (Dos Madres Press, 2018), Habitat Lost (Cave Moon Press, 2017), and Bridal Veil Falls (Flutter Press, 2013). Her poems have appeared in numerous anthologies and journals. Alexander is also the author of books for young readers. She works in the field of educational publishing.

 

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