Interview

Interview with Poet Kendall Mallon

1. Thanks for agreeing to let us interview you for Gyroscope Review. We’re pleased that you are one of our contributing poets. Will you please begin by telling us where you’re from, what you write, and why poetry? I was born and raised in Colorado—which is pretty rare these days give the state’s recent population boom—and currently live in Denver. I write poetry mostly, but I venture into screen writing and long form narratives that…

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National Poetry Month Interview Series: Interview with Poet Jacqueline Jules

Each day in April, in honor of National Poetry Month and our third anniversary issue (find out how to get a copy HERE), we are running an interview with a poet who has been published in Gyroscope Review. With this interview, we wrap up our series and thank our participating poets. And we thank you, too, for reading and sharing these interviews. We hope you found them inspiring; perhaps they encouraged you to pick up…

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National Poetry Month Interview Series: Interview with Poet Kate Bernadette Benedict

Each day in April, in honor of National Poetry Month and our third anniversary issue (find out how to get a copy HERE), we are running an interview with a poet who has been published in Gyroscope Review. Read on. National Poetry Month Interview Series: Interview with Poet Kate Bernadette Benedict How will you celebrate National Poetry Month? Curled up with my cat, writing.  And helping to host a glorious reading on April 8th at…

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National Poetry Month Interview Series: Interview with Poet Joe Cottonwood

Each day in April, in honor of National Poetry Month and our third anniversary issue (find out how to get a copy HERE), we are running an interview with a poet who has been published in Gyroscope Review. Read on. National Poetry Month Interview Series: Interview with Poet Joe Cottonwood How will you celebrate National Poetry Month? I’m building a Poetry Box to place along the road in front of my house. Rustic-style but similar…

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