Category Archives: Interviews

Three Questions with Non-Fiction Judge Charles Demers: “Like speech released from gravity”

PRISM‘s Creative Non-Fiction contest is well underway, with the November 21st deadline fast approaching. So we asked our judge Charles Demers a few questions about what he’s reading and what draws him to non-fiction… What is the best piece of creative … Continue reading

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An Interview with Kayla Czaga

PRISM Poetry Editor Rob Taylor talks with Kayla Czaga about her debut poetry collection and that moment when your Mom catches you saying the F-word… — Song – Kayla Czaga Outside my window, seagulls and crows continue the discourse on … Continue reading

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An interview with Daniel Scott Tysdal

By Esther Griffin Daniel Scott Tysdal is the author of three books of poetry, The Mourner’s Book of Albums (Tightrope 2010), Predicting the Next Big Advertising Breakthrough Using a Potentially Dangerous Method (Coteau 2006), and Fauxccasional Poems (forthcoming from Icehouse … Continue reading

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An interview with Emily McGiffin

By Rhonda Collis Ten years ago I shared a poetry workshop with Emily McGiffin at the University of Victoria and immediately fell in love with her work. It was consistently clever and artful. The language was sharp, the observations and … Continue reading

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An interview with Michael Crummey

By Matthew Walsh Under the Keel is Michael Crummey’s first book of poetry since 2002’s Salvage, but that doesn’t mean he hasn’t been writing. Since 2002 he’s finished two novels—2005’s The Wreckage and 2009’s Galore, and his new novel Sweetland,which was just released earlier this month. Based … Continue reading

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An interview with Kate Braid

Interview by Rob Taylor Our Poetry Editor Rob Taylor speaks to PRISM contributor Kate Braid about her poem “I Seem to Have Come to the Start of Something But I Don’t Know What”, which appears in PRISM international‘s 52.4 issue. Kate … Continue reading

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