As my tenure as interviews editor at Queen Mob's Teahouse continues, the thirteenth interview is now online: Mary Kasimor interviews George Farrah [photo by Ted Hall]. Other interviews from my tenure include: an interview with poet, curator and art critic Gil McElroy, conducted by Ottawa poet Roland Prevost, an interview with Toronto poet Jacqueline Valencia, conducted by Lyndsay Kirkham, an interview with Drew Shannon and Nathan Page, also conducted by Lyndsay Kirkham, an interview with Ann Tweedy conducted by Mary Kasimor, an interview with Katherine Osborne, conducted by Niina Pollari, an interview with Catch Business, conducted by Jon-Michael Frank, a conversation between Vanesa Pacheco and T.A. Noonan, "On Translation and Erasure," existing as an extension of Jessica Smith's The Women in Visual Poetry: The Bechdel Test, produced via Essay Press, Five questions for Sara Uribe and John Pluecker about Antígona González by David Buuck (translated by John Pluecker) and "overflow: poetry, performance, technology, ancestry": kaie kellough in correspondence with Eric Schmaltz.
Further interviews I've conducted myself over at Queen Mob's Teahouse include: Stephanie Bolster on Three Bloody Words, Claire Farley on Canthius, Dale Smith on Slow Poetry in America, Allison Green, Meredith Quartermain, Andy Weaver, N.W Lea and Rachel Loden.
If you are interested in sending a pitch for an interview my way, check out my "about submissions" write-up at Queen Mob's; you can contact me via rob_mclennan (at) hotmail.com
Monday, August 22, 2016
Queen Mob's Teahouse : Mary Kasimor interviews George Farrah
Posted by rob mclennan at 8:31 AM
Labels: George Farrah, interview, interviews, Mary Kasimor, Queen Mob's Teahouse, Ted Hall
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