interviews

UNCOV/rd: An Interview with Sam Rasnake” – Interview with Susan Tepper at Flash Fiction Chronicles. The discussion focuses on film and its connection to writing the works in Cinéma Vérité.

A Sickness I Want: An Interview with Sam Rasnake” – Interview with Sheldon Lee Compton at Bent Country, October 2013. The focus of the discussion is writing, Cinéma Vérité, cinema, critics, and writers.

Letting Poetry, Prose & Conversation Flow” – Interview with Michelle Elvy at Awkword Paper Cut, July 2013. The focus of the discussion is on the blurring lines between poetry and prose.

Some Last Things by Sam Rasnake” – a poem and interview (with Michelle Elvy) at Tuesday Poem, June 2013. The interview discusses the background of the poem.

Sam Rasnake Interview with JP Reese” – an interview in November 2011 issue of Connotation Press. The focus is on nature, spirituality, and ekphrastic response in my poems included in the issue.

Sam Rasnake Interview with Meg Tuite” – an interview in October 2011 issue of Connotation Press. The focus is on inspiration and structure of the short fictions included in the issue.

Monday Chat with Sam Rasnake” – Susan Tepper’s interview for her Monday Chat series at Fictionaut. The discussion is on writing style and the poem “From This Side of the House”.

Fictionaut Five: Sam Rasnake” – Meg Pokrass’ interview for her Fictionaut Five series. The focus of the interview questions is on writing and influences.

The Poetry Chain Gang (Volume 2): Sam Rasnake” – The Balck Telophone interview for a poetry series. The focus is poetic inspiration and influences.

GOSS183: Sam Rasnake” – The GOSS183, publisher, interview for the series Poetry: The First 10 Years of the New Millennium. The interview focuses on historical/autobiographical connections, projects, and publication.


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