Poetry

The Station Before: An Interview with Linda Anderson

Each year our Pavilion Poetry students assist with the publishing of our new collections, dedicating their time to an individual poet. In this interview, Emma Ferguson talks with author Linda Anderson about her new collection, The Station Before (Pavilion Poetry, 2020). Listen to Linda's responses here, or continue below for the interview: Your collection makes … Continue reading

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How To Wash A Heart: An Interview with Bhanu Kapil

Each year our Pavilion Poetry students assist with the publishing of our new collections, dedicating their time to an individual poet. In this interview, which took place in January 2020, Amber Pollock talks with author Bhanu Kapil about her new collection, How To Wash A Heart (Pavilion Poetry, 2020). What inspired you to write a collection on the … Continue reading

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Citadel: An Interview with Martha Sprackland

Each year our Pavilion Poetry students assist with the publishing of our new collections, dedicating their time to an individual poet. In this interview, Lara Field talks with author Martha Sprackland about her new collection, Citadel (Pavilion Poetry, 2020). Could you tell us more about what inspired the poems in your collection? I'm obsessed with … Continue reading

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In conversation with Sarah Corbett…

A Perfect Mirror has seen every success since its publication earlier this year. We caught up with Sarah Corbett to discuss art, poetry, and the unconscious life.  You lecture in creative writing at Lancaster University, do you ever find yourself being inspired by your students and their writing? Sometimes I find that in working through a … Continue reading

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In conversation with Nuar Alsadir on ‘Fourth Person Singular’

To celebrate the release of Pavilion Poetry's three new collections for 2017, and in the run up to the official launch, we have a series of exciting interviews to share with you. This week, Natalie Bolderston is in conversation with poet, writer, and psychoanalyst Nuar Alsadir, on her brand new collection Fourth Person Singular.  1) Could you explain … Continue reading