Interview: Denise R. Weuve
Someone interviewed me?
And these are the results. . .
Thank you Bop Dead City
Today’s interview is with Denise R. Weuve, who wrote the wonderful poem “Lilith” that appears in our first issue.
Describe your poetry in 25 words or less.
Confessional bent with the intent to leave the reader gasping from lines that haunt, go for the throat and won’t let go.
Who has influenced you the most as a writer?
Everything and everyone influences me, a midnight drive to Las Vegas, a grasshopper trapped in my classroom, men in business suits at a bar. It’s just life, from a friend who ghosts out in few too many poems (to the point he thinks they are all him now), a mother who has laid the ground work for many more poems to come, to whether or not I like the way the sun rose today. Influence for me can be found in the gutter as well as in another poem. Just doesn’t matter…
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