What's a novel in verse, and why are they growing in popularity? Check out this interview with author Meg Eden about her own new novel in verse to learn more.
How to Write War, Wounds, and Elegies: Seven More Questions for Pastor Poet Patrick Cabello Hansel
Point of view. Persona & speaker. Distance. All of these factors impact how to write war poetry. Pastor poet Patrick Cabello Hansel shares more, including how his own family ties to Ukraine have influenced his work.
Place, Neurodiversity, and Creative Practice: Interviewing Poets Jon and Elisa Rowe
Place. Relationship. Faith. Neurodiversity. Creative practices. Advice for new poets--poetry couple Jon and Elisa Rowe explore all this, and more, in this interview :).
How to Write War, Wounds, and Elegies: Seven Questions for Pastor Poet Patrick Cabello Hansel
How do we process unanswered questions and gaps in memory, especially regarding war and wounds? Pastor Poet Patrick Hansel gives us some clues in his new book Quitting Time.
What Benefits Do We Gain When We Share Poetry Together? An Interview with Redbud poets
What are poetry feedback groups, and why do they matter? Check out my article about my own experience of finding God through leading poetry feedback groups.
When God Saves Our Lives Through Poetry: Interviewing Malaysian Poet Ezra Jalin
A discussion about the poetry scene in Malaysia, as well as poetry's role in activism, mental health, and faith.
Poetry as Healing Art: An Interview with Nurse Poet Veneta Masson
Veneta Masson discusses how nursing turned her into a poet, as well as the medical community's increased interest in poetry.