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Wayne M. Anson on the editorial work of a writers guild

The Nebraska Writers Guild published the multi-genre anthology Voices from the Plains in 2017. The second Voices from the Plains, also multi-genre, is forthcoming later this year. In 2019, the NWG will publish a chapbook-sized anthology of poetry. Talk…


Elizabeth Jacobson on community, inspiration, and compassion

You are the author of the chapbooks Are the Children Make Believe? (dancing girl press) and A Brown Stone (dancing girl press), as well as two full-length books of poetry. Talk about your experiences with writers groups, workshops, and feedback from…


Jason Morphew on humor, teaching, and readings

You are the author of the chapbook What to deflect when you’re deflecting (Poets Wear Prada, 2017) that explores fatherhood. You write, “love is hilarious/ and immature” in the poem “Baby in a Blender” that takes a humorous approach…


Nancy Reddy on chapbook, inspiration, and myth

You are the author of the book Double Jinx (Milkweed Editions, 2015), a 2014 winner of the National Poetry Series, and the chapbook Acadiana (Black Lawrence Press, 2018) available here, which explores myth and ritual. Talk about your interest…