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Tishani Doshi

Tishani Doshi discusses writing poems that address violence against women during the MeToo era, how comfortable she is to describe herself as a poet, and why Patrick Swayze is worthy of an ode.

Mark Ford

Mark Ford discusses the influence of Ashbery and O'Hara, Walt Whitman's 'children', and how he puts a set together for a reading.

Sarah Stewart and Russell Jones

Sarah Stewart and Russell Jones discuss sexism, apocalypses and Daleks.

Sean O'Brien

Sean O'Brien discusses fascism, the UK 'leaving' Europe (and whether it's actually even possible) and liking bands long after they've passed they sell-by date.

Eileen Myles

Eileen Myles talks about how to be an artist during the Trump era, anthropomorphism and the linguistic legacy of growing up working class.

Rory Waterman

Rory Waterman discusses writing poems about Trump and Brexit, growing up the child of divorce, and running a poetry magazine.

Elaine Feinstein

Elaine Feinstein discusses anti-semitism, Donald Trump, Don Quixote and translating poetry.

Alan Spence

Alan Spence on Zen and the art of poetry, working with visual artists, and the rivalry between Glasgow and Edinburgh.

Pàdraig MacAoidh / Peter Mackay

Pàdraig MacAoidh / Peter Mackay discusses repressed Scots, journalism versus poetry, and growing up bilingual.

Hera Lindsay Bird

Hera Lindsay Bird on hating wisely, what it's like when a poem goes viral, and why sentiment is nothing to be scared of.