Jasper Kerkau Interviews Christine Ray about Composition of a Woman

  You started your journey in the past two years. In that time you have made enormous strides as a writer and a publisher. Is there validation in getting a book to press? My life has changed a great deal in the last two years, hasn’t it? I knew nothing about blogging when I startedContinue reading “Jasper Kerkau Interviews Christine Ray about Composition of a Woman”

Melissa Studdard’s I Ate the Cosmos for Breakfast Review w/Interview – Jasper Kerkau

  Originally posted on Sudden Denouement Literary Collective I am not a poet. Occasionally, I write poetry and find myself feeling defeated, throwing the words back into the void, resigning myself to writing short, personal narratives. I have, no doubt, come to terms with my shortcomings as a poet, which perhaps informs my deep respectContinue reading “Melissa Studdard’s I Ate the Cosmos for Breakfast Review w/Interview – Jasper Kerkau”

Jasper Kerkau Interview with Millicent Borges Accardi

Originally posted on Sudden Denouement Literary Collective [Jasper Kerkau] Many of our writers and readers are new writers. You are by any metric a highly accomplished writer, having received numerous fellowships, including the National Endowment for the Arts. What advice would you give young writers/poets about finding an audience and perfecting their craft? [Millicent BorgesContinue reading “Jasper Kerkau Interview with Millicent Borges Accardi”

Jasper Kerkau’s Review of Millicent Borges Accardi’s Only More So

Originally posted on Sudden Denouement Literary Collective “I will never write another review,” at least that is what I told myself. It is a draining process, as I heap great responsibility on myself to navigate the words of the poet and give a proper context to their writing. More specifically, I only write about thoseContinue reading “Jasper Kerkau’s Review of Millicent Borges Accardi’s Only More So”

Interview and Review of S.K. Nicholas’ Novel: A Journal for Damned Lovers

Originally posted on Sudden Denouement Literary Collective One of the first pieces I wrote for Sudden Denouement was called, “Writing isn’t Going to Save Me.” Over time I have changed my perspective on this; I realize that writing is absolutely necessary to my survival. It is what gets me through all the dark days, theContinue reading “Interview and Review of S.K. Nicholas’ Novel: A Journal for Damned Lovers”