I'm a monthly blogger over at the Ploughshares blog! And my sixteenth post is now up: an interview with Montreal poet Susan Elmslie, author of Museum of Kindness, her second collection, newly out from Brick Books.
You can see links to all of my Ploughshares posts here, including interviews with Ottawa-area poet and fiction writer Michael Blouin, Erín Moure on translation, Montreal writer Jacob Wren, Toronto poet Marcus McCann, founder/editor Robin Richardson on Minola Review: a journal of women's writing, Toronto poet Emily Izsak, Ottawa poet Faizal Deen, Parliamentary Poet Laureate George Elliott Clarke, editor/critic Erin Wunker, Arc Poetry Magazine Poetry Editor Rhonda Douglas, editor/publisher Leigh Nash on Invisible Publishing, Cobourg, Ontario poet, editor, fiction writer and small press publisher Stuart Ross, Toronto novelist Ken Sparling, Kingston writer Diane Schoemperlen and Toronto poet Soraya Peerbaye.
Thursday, November 23, 2017
Ploughshares : an interview with Susan Elmslie
Posted by rob mclennan at 8:31 AM
Labels: Brick Books, interview, Ploughshares, Susan Elmslie
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