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Six Questions with Ben Mirov by Poets.org

In anticipation of the 2012 Poets Forum, our friends at the Academy of American Poets will conduct a series of six-question interviews featuring six different poets leading up to their event this month, October 18–20. BOMB is excited to be able to share the first interview in this series, a conversation with Ben Mirov.

Six Questions with Ben Mirov by Poets.org

In anticipation of the 2012 Poets Forum, our friends at the Academy of American Poets will conduct a series of six-question interviews featuring six different poets leading up to their event this month, October 18–20. BOMB is excited to be able to share the first interview in this series, a conversation with Ben Mirov.

Six Questions with Randall Mann by Poets.org

“A poem is finished, I guess, when each successive stanza, line, word, and punctuation mark adds up to an argument—for lack of a better word—that is clear yet compellingly elusive.”

Six Questions for Mark Bibbins by Poets.org
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In anticipation of the 2012 Poets Forum, our friends at the Academy of American Poets will conduct a series of six-question interviews featuring six different poets leading up to their event this month, October 18–20. BOMB is excited to be able to share the next interview in this series, a conversation with Mark Bibbins.

Six Questions for Mary Jo Bang by Poets.org
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In anticipation of the 2012 Poets Forum, our friends at the Academy of American Poets will conduct a series of six-question interviews featuring six different poets leading up to their event this month, October 18–20. BOMB is excited to be able to share the first interview in this series, a conversation with Mary Jo Bang.

Six Questions for Cathy Park Hong by Poets.org

In anticipation of the 2011 Poets Forum, our friends at the Academy of American Poets will conduct a series of six-question interviews featuring six different poets leading up to their event this month, October 20–22. BOMB is excited to be able to share the next interview in this series, a conversation with Cathy Park Hong.

Six Questions for Ilya Kaminsky by Poets.org

In anticipation of the 2011 Poets Forum, our friends at the Academy of American Poets will conduct a series of six-question interviews featuring six different poets leading up to their event this month, October 20–22. BOMB is excited to be able to share the next interview in this series, a conversation with Ilya Kaminsky.

Six Questions for Evie Shockley by Poets.org
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In anticipation of the 2011 Poets Forum, our friends at the Academy of American Poets will conduct a series of six-question interviews featuring six different poets leading up to their event this month, October 20–22. BOMB is excited to be able to share the next interview in this series, a conversation with Evie Shockley.

Six Questions for Matthew Dickman by Poets.org
Poets forum

In anticipation of the 2011 Poets Forum, our friends at the Academy of American Poets will conduct a series of six-question interviews featuring six different poets leading up to their event this month, October 20–22. BOMB is excited to be able to share the next interview in this series, a conversation with Matthew Dickman.

Six Questions for Cate Marvin by Poets.org

In anticipation of the 2011 Poets Forum next month, our friends at the Academy of American Poets will conduct a series of six-question interviews featuring six different poets leading up to their event next month, October 20–22. BOMB is excited to be able to share the second interview in this series, a conversation with Cate Marvin.

Six Questions for Gabrielle Calvocoressi by Poets.org
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In anticipation of the 2011 Poets Forum next month, our friends at the Academy of American Poets will conduct a series of six-question interviews featuring six different poets leading up to their event next month, October 20–22. BOMB is excited to be able to share the first interview in this series, a conversation with Gabrielle Calvocoressi.

An Open Field: Susan Howe in Conversation by Poets.org
Susan Howe

What is unique about poetry? How has the definition and the poetic process altered as writers change tools from typewriters to keyboards? Read on as Susan Howe takes on all these questions—or even better, hear her speak at this year’s Poets Forum!

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