AAUEC 2019 Interview Series
Good evening, everyone
Starting this week, I'll be posting new interviews with the poets who came to Fredericton last March to present their poetry for the Annual Atlantic Undergraduate English Conference. Keep an eye on this blog every Friday for the next few weeks.
Something that I loved about doing this is getting to know not just more about the people and their work, but also what they're reading and what inspired them. What I've loved about this job and my broader experience in university is getting to read things I would never have touched otherwise, and I really wanted to share that experience with you. So as my library grows, maybe yours will, too.
Pictured below is last year's haul: Al Cusack's Rising (zine), Curtis LeBlanc's Little Wild (poetry), Nathaniel G. Moore's Goodbye Horses (poetry), Jasmina Odor's You Can't Stay Here (short fiction), Mallory Tater's This Will Be Good (poetry), and R.M. Vaughan's One Year After (play).
I'm so looking forward to sharing my conversations with you.
See you soon,
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