I’m thrilled to have an interview up at Frontier Poetry about the making of Unburial. (Said that way, it sounds like a horror film.) There are few things more interesting than the process of making something, in my eyes: be it a painting, a poem or a photograph. Everything has a story behind it; everything is, in the end, a result of a lucky point in space and time when the right combination of factors happen to converge. Change one of the variables and the whole thing could be wiped away like fingerprints on a pane of glass.
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Thannks for the post