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The Vow to Be a Poet: Lucie Brock-Broido in Conversation at Guernica November 1, 2013: The good editors at Guernica have published this fantastic interview with National Book Award finalist Lucie Brock-Broido. She provides insights on becoming a poet, vows she's made to herself, her writing process, and she discusses her most recent book Stay, Illusion. The conversation begins with Brock-Broido describing the decision early in [...] by

The Fallacy of the Fallacy of Nostalgia: Rebecca Wolff & David Byrne on the Fall of NYC October 8, 2013: Yesterday wasn't a good day in print for NYC. Up at Guernica: Poet and Fence editor/publisher Rebecca Wolff skips over nothing in her essay-response to Joan Didion's famous piece on leaving New York, "Goodbye to All That." And David Byrne weighs in for Creative Time. They both talk about the city's "culture of arrogance." Instead: "This city [...] by

Andrew Zawaki and Idra Novey in Conversation July 10, 2013: On Guernica this week, Andrew Zawacki and Idra Novey are featured in a conversation moderated by Erica Wright, Guernica's Poetry Editor, that touches on the subjects of imprisonment, technology, and translation. Zawaki is the author, most recently, of the poetry collection Videotape, Novey's most recent collection of poems is Exit, Civilian. [...] by

Literature of Distraction and Other Conversation Topics with Paul Stephens at Guernica January 4, 2013: This one went up right before the holidays, so we must make sure it's seen well! Guernica's David Foote interviews professor and critic Paul Stephens, who talks about juggling. Actually, "[e]xpounding on about the artists who inspired his research, our 'literature of distraction,' and outsourcing memory to global technology, Stephens presented [...] by