The incredible JoAnna Novak interviewed me about Nostalgia for a World Where We Can Live at the Los Angeles Review of Book’s BLARB.
Take a listen to this interview I gave to Jim Sullivan for ICC's Poets' Voices radio show over at WAZU 90.7 FM.
Rick Diguette reviews No Shape Bends the River So Long over at The Chattahoochee Review.
The first ever review of No Shape Bends the River So Long, thanks to Michael Levan, was just published in American Microreviews & Interviews. In the same issue, Beth & I talk to JoAnna Novak about collaboration, our poems, the future.
Thanks to Kevin Stein for inviting Beth & me to be a part of his Illinois Poet Laureate audio archive.
Check out this little contributors' spotlight over at Midwestern Gothic, where Beth & I discuss region, the landscape, food, what we are reading, & other such lovely.
Read "On the Topical, or What’s Coming in off the Wires" at Passages North's Writers on Writing series.
On the heart & hearts & the poem, "[Just before the blood draw the other morning, I filled in small]," in a Contributor Spotlight over at Hayden's Ferry Review.
Take a listen to this little teaser from an interview over at Quiddity on Regionalism, with Chad Simpson, Justin Hamm, & yours truly.
The marvelous Laura Adamczyk engages Berlin in a compelling chat about collaboration, precision & expansiveness, & her reading life over at Smile Politely.
In "5 (or so) Questions" with Ninth Letter, Berlin talks about "On Beds, or Where We Sleep" & the slowness of writing.
Berlin gives an interview to Lit Bridge. Read "Achieving a Balance with Your Writing" here.
The Cincinnati Review asks about "[The problem is the revolving door of this city even you]" & Berlin answers...