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Featured Artist: Matt Christiansen

Featured Artist: Matt Christiansen

Featured Artist: Matt Christiansen

Featured Artist: Matt Christiansen

Robert Miltner

“These Eurydice poems are a sort of fractured or fragmented prose poem wherein readers’ expectations are intentionally disrupted. I create a text site that challenges readers to revise their expectation and be open to the possibility of surprise, discovery.”

Beth Sherman

“Writing is about control, to a large extent. I always think of it as a balancing act between your creative right brain side and your more logical left brain side, which has to take all those craft elements I talked about before into consideration. I’m definitely more of a left brain person. I don’t like to get messy on the page.”

Susan Grimm

“For years, I was kind of obsessed with line breaks (and by extension stanza breaks). I really like that position at the end of the line where the word, emphasized, hovers before plunging into more context and possible duality of meaning—the idea of framing, the possibility that you could understand a poem by only reading these last words perhaps.”

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