Interview

Interview with Poet Marc Alan Di Martino

GR: Marc Alan Di Martino , thanks for agreeing to let us interview you for Gyroscope Review. We’re happy you’re one of our contributing poets. Will you please begin by telling us where you are from, what you write, and why poetry? MDM: I’m originally from Maryland, though I spent my twenties in New York City, which is where I got into poetry both as a reader and a writer. I’ve lived in Italy for…

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Interview with Poet Carol Deering

GR – Carol Deering, 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? CD – Sure. I was born and grew up in the Springfield, Massachusetts, area, and often visited relatives in Connecticut and Vermont. But I’ve evolved, also, from living in Arizona, Michigan, Washington State, 9…

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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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Interview with Poet Tricia Knoll

As we celebrate older women poets with our special Crone Issue that was released on October first, we thought it important to ask one of our contributing poets to share her wisdom in an interview. We chose to interview Tricia Knoll because she has appeared in our pages in past issues and contributed three pieces for the current issue. We were delighted that she readily agreed and are proud to present her insights here.  GR:…

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