Category: Interviews

Poet, Author, Guggenheim Recipient: An Interview with Tracie Morris

Tracie Morris, poet, author & Guggenheim recipient talks about her new book, her creative process and film inspiration. This interview was conducted by Ari Schill, Newsletter Editor and content developer with KPI. Ari Schill is an educator & writer who loves reading poetry & talking to authors. Ari Schill:  I want to start by saying

t’ai freedom ford & Teré Fowler Chapman READING: Oct 12

t’ai freedom ford & Teré Fowler Chapman READING Saturday, Oct 12 6:30pm-8pm; doors@ 6pm Presented in partnership with TC Tolbert and the University of Arizona Poetry Center $5 at the door, no one turned away for lack of funds. It’s a potluck! Bring something to share if you are able. Kore Press Institute / 325

Cheryl Strayed Is Fed Up With Memoir-Bashing

This year’s judge of Kore Press’ 2nd Annual Memoir Award talks literary justice and more with Katherine Standefer (interview excerpt below) “Cheryl Strayed is a feminist phenomenon, what with her dazzling, bestselling memoir Wild, and her wildly popular Dear Sugar advice column, which is now a bestselling book and a NY Times podcast. But unlike

An Interview with Monica Ong

The Body Is A Walking Anthology, by Katherine Standefer Silent Anatomies is Monica Ong’s first book, selected by Joy Harjo for the Kore Press 2014 First Book Award. Ong is the daughter of a Chinese mother and father, who were born and raised in Manila, Philippines. Her grandparents fled Southern china to Manila during WW2. Ong

An Interview with Tracie Morris

by John Melillo   Tracie Morris is a poet, performer, singer, sound artist, and professor who lives in New York City, but something is lost in that simple enumeration. It’s not just that she occupies all these roles: she embodies the movement across, between, and around them. In her work, speech—in all its sonic, semantic,