Turn Around When Possible

every-day-poetsI had an e-mail this morning from Oonagh Joslin of Every Day Poets to tell me that “Professionalism” was the most read poem there during the month of August, and would I like to be interviewed? Well, that’s as close to a definition of a no-brainer as I’m likely to come across, so of course I said yes. So there it is. I am going to be interviewed about my poetry. I repeat, I am going to be interviewed about my poetry.

This journey is going in all sorts of directions that the satnav never predicted.

8 thoughts on “Turn Around When Possible

  1. Natalie L. Sin says:

    Having never been interviewed for a magazine, I can only guess how much it rocks. My theory is “a lot” : )

  2. admin says:

    Too right. I am very excited about this. Just a bit weirded out that it’s for my poetry.

  3. Barry Napier says:

    That’s awesome news, man. I find myself giving a lot of time to my own poetry now. I am also spending a lot of time at EveryDay Poets and specifically remember your poem.

    Great job!

  4. stu says:

    It is a bit weird. I’ve tended to think of you as mostly writing short stories and only dipping into poetry occasionally.

  5. admin says:

    Well, that’s what I’ve always thought of myself as. Anyway, I finished answering the interview questions today and showed it to the wife. She pronounced it “pretentious”.

  6. admin says:

    Hehe. Thanks for that vote of confidence, Oohagh 🙂

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