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Interview: Emilia Phillips

Interview with Emilia Phillips Interviewer: Joey Kingsley Emilia Phillips is the author of Signaletics (University of Akron Press, August 2013) and two chapbooks. Her poetry appears in AGNI, Beloit Poetry Journal Green Mountains Review, Gulf Coast, Hayden’s Ferry Review, Indiana Review, The Journal, The Kenyon Review, Narrative, The Paris-American, Sycamore Review, Third Coast, and elsewhere. She was the recipient of the 2012 Poetry Prize…

Interview: Anna Journey

Vulgar Remedies Ambien, and Eros: An Interview with Anna Journey, by Anna Claire Hodge 1) I had the pleasure of seeing you read years ago alongside the dashing Thomas Lux (who chose your first book, If Birds Gather Your Hair for Nesting, for the National Poetry Series) and was struck by an image (“men smooth // as conchs in softcore seascapes”)…

Review: Eudora Welty, Whiteness, and Race

Eudora Welty, Whiteness, and Race Edited by Harriet Pollack, University of Georgia Press Reviewed by Patrick Osborne Over the last few decades, literary critics have struggled to interpret Eudora Welty’s treatment of race in her collected works and, for the most part, speculate that she was either blind or ambivalent to racism during her lifetime. Harriet Pollack’s Eudora Welty, Whiteness,…

Regimen Winner: Sarah Sloat

At the end of every month-long writing regimen, participants are invited to submit up to three of their best regimen-inspired pieces for a chance at publication in SER Online. After sifting through the many excellent submissions from this summer’s run, we managed to select just one poem to display. We are proud to announce that Sarah Sloat is our most recent winner.

Sarah Sloat

Summer 2013 Writing Regimen Contest Winner At the end of every month-long writing regimen, participants are invited to submit up to three of their best regimen-inspired pieces for a chance at publication in SER Online. After sifting through the many excellent submissions from this summer’s run, we managed to select just one poem to display. We are proud to announce that Sarah…

Interview: Catie Rosemurgy

Interviewed by Jennifer Schomburg Kanke Catie Rosemurgy’s most recent book of poetry, The Stranger Manual, was published by Graywolf Press in 2010. She teaches at The College of New Jersey and lives in Philadelphia. Q: What kind of child were you? A: This is from my mom…We are having coffee together at her house in Fort Myers and looking at…

Karolina Waclawiak

Interviewed by Zola Acker How To Get Into the Twin Palms is an entertaining read. It focuses on the story of a young Polish woman living in LA who decides to try to pass as Russian. It also deals with an extreme sense of isolation, and the intimate and often conflicted moments of desire. There’s a moment in the book…