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I am now a poetry interview editor for The Collagist‘s blog.  Check out interviews here:

http://www.dzancbooks.org/blog/

And this one is specifically mine:

http://www.dzancbooks.org/blog/2012/1/4/searching-for-something-worth-saving-an-interview-with-micha-1.html

 

Look out for more interviews!  Also, ones from my friends Melissa Goodrich and Amber Cook!

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I.
Almost anything can be a poem.

II.
Very few things can be good poems.

III.
Many things are good poems in some contexts, but bad poems in others. This does not mean that you have to like these poems, even if you can admit that they are contextually good poems. You can still think that they’re boring.

IV.
Steal, but don’t copy. Steal aspects. For example, I’m stealing from our revered professor, Joe Scapps, right now. But I am not trying to be Joe Scapps; I do not have a mustache on my face.

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