Interview

Interview with Poet Steve Klepetar

GR: 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, where you write, and why poetry? SK: Thanks for inviting me to participate. I grew up in New York City, but I was actually born in Shanghai, China. My parents were Holocaust survivors (my mother is still alive at 98) and were part…

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INTERVIEW WITH POET TIM TOMLINSON

GR: 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, where you write, and why poetry? TT: I was born in Brooklyn, New York, in the section that’s recently gone hipster: Bushwick. When I was one, my family moved to suburban/development Long Island. I escaped from that asylum when I was sixteen. I…

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INTERVIEW WITH POET DARYL MURANAKA

Today we interview Poet Daryl Muranaka, who had work in both the Inaugural Edition (Spring 2015) as well as the Summer 2015 Issue of Gyroscope Review. GR: Thanks for agreeing to let us interview you for Gyroscope Review. We’re pleased that your work is included in our first issue. Can you please begin by telling us where you’re from, where you write, and why poetry? DM: I live in the Boston area. I’m originally from…

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INTERVIEW WITH POET JAMES GRAHAM

Gyroscope Review editors decided that a good way to honor contributors to our journal is with an occasional interview. Today, we bring you contributing poet James Graham. GR: Thanks for agreeing to let us interview you for Gyroscope Review. We’re pleased that your work is included in our first issue. Will you please begin by telling us where you’re from, where you write, and why poetry? JG: I’ve lived all my life in Ayrshire, Scotland,…

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