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My favourite poem changes as I write more: An online interview with Mihir Vatsa

Mihir Vatsa is a poet from Jharkhand, India. He was awarded the Srinivas Rayaprol Poetry Prize for 2013. His poems appear in The Island Review, Eclectica Magazine, UCity Review, The Four Quarters Magazine, and elsewhere. He lives and studies in Delhi, and edits poetry for Vayavya.   Dupur Mitra: When did you start writing? Mihir … Continue reading

Poetry can be like humanitarian aid: An online interview with Károly Sándor Pallai

Károly Sándor Pallai is a PhD student at Eötvös Loránd University – Budapest. He consecrates his research to the contemporary francophone literatures of the Caribbean, the Indian Ocean and the Pacific. Focusing on the intercultural and interdisciplinary, he publishes articles on the literature of the Seychelles, Martinique, Mauritius, on the enriching relations between system theory, … Continue reading

Being a poet means having no fear about speaking to the human experience: An online interview with Jennifer A Hill

Jennifer A Hill:Poet, lives in USA, her blog http://jenahill.wordpress.com/ Dupur Mitra: Do you think poetry play role in your society? Jennifer A Hill: Poetry plays an important role in society. It provides an outlet for our perceptions and feelings that are not accessible through other forms of writing such as novels, or through non-fiction which … Continue reading

My poetry usually starts with an idea: An online interview with Ole Wesenberg Nielsen

 Published book: Nothing is Complete Before It is Broken, Happiness is a Rumour Dupur Mitra: When and where do you write? Ole Wesenberg Nielsen: It varies, I have no place or time that I have set aside for writing poetry. I always work on my poems at home on quiet weekends or vacations, but some … Continue reading

I write poems when I feel they need to be written: An online interview with Dean Pasch

Dean Pasch born in England, lives in Munich, Germany. His work has featured in Mannequin Envy, Niederngasse, Tiferet and Quill & Parchment. Dupur Mitra: What are you working on now? Dean Pasch: Being asked about my work as a fiction writer came out of the blue. I do write fiction, it is true – though … Continue reading

I find phrases and images, and try to capture them: An online interview with Robert Masterson

Poet and author Lives in Bronxville, New York Dupur Mitra: Why is poetry important? Robert Masterson: Poetry is not important. It is crucial; it is central to all that makes us human. When we look back at ancient civilizations, at the artifacts they have left us, we aesthetisize the craft of their architecture and artifacts. … Continue reading

I don’t have a favorite book: An online interview with Leo Sullivan

Published books: Innocent, Life, Dangerous, A gangsta’s bitch( part1), A gangsta’s bitch( part 2),  Innocent forever, Innocent Revenge, Gangster’s daughter, Zero degrees, B-more love. Dupur Mitra: What are you working on now? Leo Sullivan: Okay, right now I’m working on a book with T.Styles and A Gangsta’s Daughter. Dupur Mitra: What inspired you to become … Continue reading

If you begin to express yourself you will find your voice and tone: An online interview with Niall Rasputin

Niall Rasputin: Poet and author. Lives on a houseboat in SE Louisiana. Dupur Mitra: What are you working on now? Niall Rasputin: I am currently working on several projects. I just finished a collection of 10 prose poems titled Ghost Walk. It is a series of poems about a male soul falling through time and … Continue reading

Today’s poetry movement needs to defer from using musical blends to exploit the true nature: An online interview with Sean freestayfree Stewart

Dupur Mitra: Do you think poetry play role in your society? If yes how and if not why? Sean freestayfree Stewart: Yes, I believe without a poetic voice, there is no true teaching method to the misunderstood voices of reason. There must be a voice of reason for poverty to speak. A voice for love … Continue reading

Being a poet means you are able to write what you feel: An online interview with Sophia E. DiGonis

Photo credit: Marisa Hernandez Sophia E. DiGonis is a self-published poet and author and has been featured in numerous places on the web such as New Age Venus at http://newagevenus.com and The Write Place At The Write Time on http://thewriteplaceatthewritetime.org  Her first book, A Voice Over Time is her first volume of published poetry. She … Continue reading

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