Category Archives: Charles Simic

Interview with poet Charles Simic

Charles Simic was the U.S. Poet Laureate and has won numerous prizes for his work, including the Pulitzer Prize for poetry. Born in 1938 in Belgrade, Yugoslavia, he is no stranger to war and its effects on people’s lives. He … Continue reading

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Flash fiction, prose poetry…It’s all the same?

A while ago, I was asked this question by Double Room, a publication that specializes in prose poetry… “In considering similarities/differences between prose poems and flash fictions, Andrew Michael Roberts discusses James Tate’s Memoir of the Hawk: “The book’s cover … Continue reading

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