The Lightning Room with Christine Gosnay
–Interview by Diana Clarke Christine Gosnay’s poem “The Pleasures of the Gut” appeared in [PANK] back in January, we sent her questions about it in June, and she answered them in October. Fortunately, good poems don’t get old, just wiser—or, in reading them, we do. 1.
[REVIEW] Doll Palace by Sara Lippman
Dock Street Press Review by Jody Hobbs Hesler Every story in Sara Lippmann’s debut collection, Doll Palace, is a finely crafted, stark distillation of a different kind of loss, loneliness, or alienation.
“facts are artifacts”: a roundtable discussion with poets from Women Write Resistance
October is Violence against Women Awareness month. This October we bring together four poets whose writing appears in the anthology Women Writing Resistance: Poets Resist Gender Violence (Hyacinth Girl Press, 2013), along with the book’s editor, to discuss navigating truth and fact, the historical record, and the influence of the outside world on poetry.