Poets can expand and become a novelist or a screenwriter: An online interview with Oneal Walters

Oneal Walters, Toronto born author/poet,  wrote a poem on a bi weekly basis at Call and Post Newspaper. He has been the first author/poet to be published on the cover of FutuReale Magazine. He was a Contributing Staff Poet at FutuReale Magazine. He was a guest columnist at Torrid Literature. He is an author of … Continue reading

I think that writers (especially poets) write for themselves and not for others: An online interview with Brian Wrixon

Brian Wrixon is a poet, writer and not-for-profit publisher from Burlington, Ontario, Canada. He is a retired business executive who now devotes his time to creative endeavours. In addition to publishing his own works, he has been instrumental in assisting young and emerging authors from around the world get published. His first international anthology, “The … Continue reading

Poetry is an ambiguous craft: An online interview with Iliya Bolotyansky

Iliya Bolotyansky (Ansky) (b. 1983) is a poet of Russian–Jewish descent. His work has appeared, or is forthcoming (as Iliya Ansky), in Anemone Sidecar, Contemporary & Literary Horizons (with translations of his poetry to Romanian), Cantaraville and GRASP. Dupur Mitra: Do you think poetry plays a role in your society? If yes how and if … Continue reading

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