Category Archives: Interviews

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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Jessamyn Hope’s diving photos

In PRISM 52:4, Jessamyn Hope writes about her experiences as a diver in the personal essay “The Reverse.” She was kind enough to share some photos related to the piece. “My short memoir “The Reverse” takes place during a diving practice … Continue reading

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An Interview with andrea bennett

PRISM‘s dashing Poetry Editor Rob Taylor talks to andrea bennett about her new book Canoodlers, and about Florida, food and baby sharks in jars… — There’s a story – andrea bennett and it happens when I am twelve. There’s the back … Continue reading

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Interview: Issue 52:4 Cover Photographer Robert Berdan

Interview by Clara Kumagai You’ve seen our first sneak peeks of issue 52:4 – Jordan Mounteer’s poem “Mt. Misen”and an excerpt from “This is How I Remember You” by Cathy Kozak, the winner of PRISM‘s 2014 Fiction Contest. For our next … Continue reading

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Going Down Swinging: Stealing from the Past

PRISM international is delighted to be teaming up with Australian literary magazine Going Down Swinging. We’ll be swapping articles and interviews once a month, so keep an eye out! One of Australia’s oldest and strangest literary publishers, Going Down Swinging was conceived in 1979. It … Continue reading

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Meet the Editors: Clara Kumagai, Executive Editor, Promotions

Another Friday, another PRISM editor to meet! This week our Executive Editor, Promotions, Clara Kumagai is up. So here’s a few questions and answers, in which Clara talks about literary idols and writing habits… 1. What do you do for … Continue reading

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