Monday, May 12, 2008

In which I answer questions like: "How do you see lady death?"

Farideh Hasanzadeh-Mostafavi, a poet who lives in Iran, has just published an interview with me here.


Becky C. said...

This illustrates once again how it is poets, artists, and musicians who speak to the essence of what is humanity and transcend our petty, but serious and deadly divisions.

She said in her interview "the one thing our people can not forgive is the execution of a poet"


Kate Evans said...

Wow, Becky, thank you. You once again get to the heart of the matter.

Liz said...

Fantastic interview, Kate. Very insightful and inspiring. Thanks for that.


Kate Evans said...

Many thanks, Liz.

Jo A. T.B. said...

How wonderful you are leaving your mark on the literary world. You are some writer, and I too agree that I like be moved by work that holds a lot of passion. Some of the stuff written today is like so boring, it just sits there. You know what I mean? But anyway congrads Kate for a nice interview, and I like your photo with kitty.

Collin Kelley said...

Just read the interview! Coolness!