My writing style is basically taking small pieces of reality & turning them into fantasy: An online interview with Kai Storm

Author Kai Storm is a new face in the Urban Literary world. She has brought us shining jewels called Alani’s Bigger Hustle & Alani’s Hustle Gets Bigger. Kai was born in Panama in 1972 and came to New York in 1981 with her mother. She discovered her writing gift as a junior at the Boys … Continue reading

I do write my novels according to a pre-planned outline: An online interview with Jacob Lassiter

Jacob Lassiter was born and raised in the deep South during the turbulent segregation and civil rights era of the 1950’s and 1960’s. During his life he has had the unique opportunity to witness some of the most socially volatile and politically unstable situations on four continents. From post-communistic Russia and Ukraine, deep in the … Continue reading

World poetry is trending now because of the possibilities of new media: An online interview with Ampat koshy

Dr A.V. Koshy is an Assistant Professor in the University of Jazan, Saudi Arabia. He has published four books -Wrighteings: In Media Res with A.V Varghese, A Treatise on Poetry for Beginners, 2 Phases: 50 Poems with Gorakhnath Gangane(Poetry) and Soul Resuscitation with Angel Meredith(Poetry). He was one of the editors of the Inklinks poetry … Continue reading

There is no such thing as trend in poetry: An online interview with Kieran Wall

  Dupur Mitra: Do you think poetry playS role in our society? If so, how and if not why? Kieran Wall: Poet is most necessary social function, while at the same time being the most dispensable and least meaningful… Poetry can take on the vengeful voice of the people, or their wrathful one. Dupur Mitra: … Continue reading

Few may not care for your work, while it may mean the world to others: An online interview with Faydra Underwood

Faydra Underwood is a poet, lyricist, and author that has been writing since early childhood. She is beginning her public venture with “Glimpses of Perception.” It is written mostly from a woman and mother’s perspective, but has things in it that should be appealing to most readers, as she writes from the heart about the … Continue reading

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

Poetry plays a minor role in the United States: An online interview with William Allegrezza

William Allegrezza edits the e-zine Moria and teaches at Indiana University Northwest. He has previously published many poetry books, including In the Weaver’s Valley, Ladders in July, Fragile Replacements, Collective Instant, Aquinas and the Mississippi (with Garin Cycholl), Covering Over, and Densities, Apparitions; two anthologies, The City Visible: Chicago Poetry for the New Century and … Continue reading

I think poetry is becoming less hegemonic: An online interview with Alexander Jorgensen

Alexander Jorgensen is a writer, visual artist, educator, and adventurer. His work most recently appears or is forthcoming in Diagram, eratio, Drunken Boat, Red Lightbulbs, Otoliths, and The Last Vispo Anthology. A selection of his visual poems were exhibited at the 2011 Text Festival in Manchester, UK. During the past few years, he has found … Continue reading

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