National Poetry Month

Promopalooza – Better Than Starbucks Magazine

Better Than Starbucks Better Than Starbucks features an eclectic selection of poetry ranging from haiku to experimental, international and translation to children’s poetry, as well as free verse and formal poetry. In addition, Better Than Starbucks offers creative nonfiction, flash fiction and short stories. Through interviews, issues also give readers insight into the lives, careers and work of prominent writers; past interviewees include A.E. Stallings, Rae Armantrout and Rhina Espaillat. Better Than Starbucks is a quarterly print publication, also free…

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Interview

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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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

INTERVIEW WITH WRITER OONAH V JOSLIN

Gyroscope Review editors decided that a good way to honor contributors to our journal is with an occasional interview. We decided to begin with our friend and colleague, Oonah Joslin. Read on.   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?   OVJ: I…

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