An Interview with Mark Wilson, Author of “PowerPoint Eulogy”

(published on Bandit Fiction, 31/05/2021) Mark Wilson is an author and visual artist based in Chicago. His first poetry pamphlet, PowerPoint Eulogy, was published by Fly on the Wall Press in 2021. It is a darkly comic collection of narrative poems that follow the life and death of the enigmatic Bill Motluck, and the PowerPointContinue reading “An Interview with Mark Wilson, Author of “PowerPoint Eulogy””

Getting to know… Simon Tapping

(published 20/04/2021 on House of Dodge) You’ve seen the sweat and post-workout squints on Instagram. You’ve witnessed his jammy catches and powerful throws in that iconic purple jersey. Now meet Simon Tapping – Phantoms coach, captain, founder; England hopeful; lockdown hero and all round great guy – as he sits down with us for anContinue reading “Getting to know… Simon Tapping”

An Interview with Ryan Dennis, Author of ‘The Beasts They Turned Away’

(published 22/03/2021) Ryan Dennis is a former Fulbright Scholar in Creative writing, and has taught at several universities. He recently completed a PhD at the National University of Ireland, Galway. His work has been published in a number of journals, including the Cimarron Review, The Threepenny Review, and Fusion. He is also a syndicated columnistContinue reading “An Interview with Ryan Dennis, Author of ‘The Beasts They Turned Away’”

Poetry on the Canals – An Interview with Jessica Kashdan-Brown

[published in Kamena Magazine, 10/08/2018] Jessica Kashdan-Brown is a current Warwick Writing Programme (WWP) student, poet, and writer, originally from Bath. Her current project, the Bath Canal Poetry Route, works with the help of the Canal & River Trust to place poetry in the locks of the Bath canals, such that the poem changes as the waterContinue reading “Poetry on the Canals – An Interview with Jessica Kashdan-Brown”

Jonathan Edwards In His Own Words

[published in Kamena Magazine, 22/05/18] Jonathan Edwards’ first poetry collection, My Family and Other Superheroes (Seren Books, 2014), was the winner of the 2014 Costa Poetry Award. His humorous poetry covers life growing up in Wales, filled with characters from Evel Knievel to Marty McFly to bicycling nuns. He holds an MA in Writing from Warwick, andContinue reading “Jonathan Edwards In His Own Words”