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A Conversation with Joseph Bathanti

Joshua Kulseth Joseph Bathanti Joshua Kulseth: This question is only peripherally related to your book, but I’m curious, the epigraph from the first section of your collection is taken from a poem by Thomas Merton, and throughout your book there are prominent themes...

A Conversation with Mark Vogel

Bruce Dick Mark Vogel Mark Vogel and I met thirty-two years ago, a week before we started teaching in Appalachian’s Department of English. Immediately a connection formed, and we shared similar tastes in fiction, poetry, and music, quickly becoming friends who helped...

Home Field Advantage: A Conversation with Kit Robinson

Marks on paper/Are all that matter/To a person lost/To the world (“Marks on Paper”). Or, at least, so Kit Robinson writes. I’m inclined to agree. Where else do those of us—feeling that reality does not  represent them so well as the representation embodying...