Dispatches | April 10, 2014
Interview: Curtis Perdue, Editor of Interrupture
April is Poetry Month and The Missouri Review Soundbooth has a great lineup of poetry podcasts that celebrate verse. This week, Cary Stough talks to Curtis Perdue, Editor of interrupture: a journal of poetry and art. Listen in as these poets talk about online publication, dead poets, and how music made Perdue interested in poetry in the first place.
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