More recognition for Harbors, by Donald Quist.
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2017 International Book Award Finalist
After last week's debut of poet Vida Cross's book, BRONZEVILLE AT NIGHT: 1949, Liz Blood chatted with Cross about the influences on her work including painter Archibald J. Motley, writer Langston Hughes, and living in Chicago. They discussed bringing writing, music, and painting together, different manifestations of segregation, and the blend of fiction and nonfiction in Cross's poetry.
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Congratulations to Donald Quist!
So That We May See Eternal
A discussion on Harbors, the writing process in the U.S. versus Thailand, choosing genres, Poet in Bangkok, and The Jerry Springer Show? Find it all here.
Ben Tanzer interviews Donald Quist at AWP 2017.