English and Theatre Studies student Danielle Kirwan joins us this week to talk about using poetry to tackle important and controversial issues within society. Enjoy!
It’s that time of the week again, and we’re joined by poet, writer and educator Pamela G. Herron! Learn about her labours of love, and how she hopes to bring people healing and harmony with her words.
This week our writer interview is with writer Christopher John Eggett. We’re chatting about being inquisitive in the name of writing, the challenges of editing your beloveds, and his weekly poetry newsletter.
This week we’re talking to poet B. Diehl about writing about the everyday, the importance of being true to himself in his writing, and his poetry collection Zeller’s Alley.
This week we’re joined by Claire Sexton, and we’re talking about the cathartic benefits of writing, and that great sense of achievement that comes with getting one of your poems or stories published!
This week’s writer interview is with Del Carter! Del is a pre-medicine sophomore at the University of Florida pursuing a B.A. in Political Science. He talks about the women who have supported and inspired his writing, and the importance of leaving his words open to interpretation – a writing technique we particularly love at Peeking Cat! […]
This week our writer interview is with Ryan Quinn Flanagan! We talk to him about the editorial process, meeting other writers, and setting himself on fire. Enjoy!
Today’s writer interview is with poet and author M. Sakran! Find out about his journey into the world of writing, how he mixes poetry with artwork, and the challenges of writing novels and moving forward. I’m sure you’ll find something in this interview which resonates with you, as I have.
This week our writer interview is with poet Fiona Sinclair! I hope you’re finding it as interesting as I am, discovering all these different writers, what their habits and inspirations are, and what backgrounds they have.
Another week, another writer interview! Today we’re spending some time with Scott Thomas Outlar – poetry, fiction and essay writer, and editor for Walking Is Still Honest Press, The Blue Mountain Review, and The Peregrine Muse.