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Kate Greenstreet’s Books Belong to Each Other March 2, 2017: Kate Greenstreet is interviewed by rob mclennan at Touch the Donkey! Greenstreet’s new book, The End of Something, is forthcoming from Ahsahta Press this year. She sees the book as the [...] by

On My Metatextual Uncertainty April 4, 2014: I was asked recently if I cultivated a public image, and in response, I noted that I’m just trying not to embarrass myself. I was being a bit glib, perhaps, but I think it’s also a fairly [...] by

My Poetry Picks for 2013 December 18, 2013: These five books got under my skin. They are not books you read once with admiration but that later end up in your basement. They are also not new books in the conventional sense, except for Kate [...] by

My Poetry Picks for 2013 December 2, 2013: I have to preface my choices for the “best poetry books of 2013” with a caveat: I know the people who wrote these books, and I like them very much. But I also admire their work very much, and [...] by

Cara Benson Talks to Kate Greenstreet at Bookslut June 9, 2011: Wander over to Bookslut, where poet Kate Greenstreet has interviewed Cara Benson, author of (made) (BookThug, 2010) and the forthcoming Protean Parade (Black Radish Books, 2012). As Bookslut informs [...] by