Tag: Matt Margo

Matt Margo | Interveiw

Kenneth P. Gurney. Tells us how you started in poetry? What age? Matt Margo. I think that I was eight or nine years old when I started writing poetry. I remember playing an old desktop computer game that was similar to Arkanoid or Brick and deciding to write a poem based on the name of … Continue reading Matt Margo | Interveiw

Matt Margo | 3 poems

mobile television (a) the stars freezing non vodka non lemon twist neither either/or nor ether airship international animal tracking basics akimbo a purple pencil in her sight and in her inner hand peach tea tree leaves sunlight simulating transition first published at UndergroundBooks.org Where is the blue Where is the blue lagoonWhere is the blue … Continue reading Matt Margo | 3 poems

Kyle Flak | Interview

Kenneth P. Gurney. Tells us how you started in poetry? What age? Kyle Flak:  Poetry is the joy of singing, the joy of dreaming, the joy of experimenting with language.  All young children are great poets.  I remember playing on my dad's typewriter as a tiny kid, I remember singing weird made up songs on … Continue reading Kyle Flak | Interview