This review appeared in Marginalia / LA Review of Books on April 12, 2019
This essay originally appeared in The Hollins Critic, February, 2011
This essay originally appeared in Light, Summer/Fall 2021
This review appeared in The University Bookman, October 25, 2020
This review appeared on the Woven Tale Press website, Fall, 2017.
This review originally appeared in American Arts Quarterly, Fall, 2016.
This review originally appeared on the Per Contra website, January, 2012.
This review originally appeared in The Edge City Review, Fall, 2002
My conversation with Gayle Heney about translating Julien Vocance’s One Hundred Visions of War, written in the trenches of France in 1916, was recorded at the HC Media Studio in Haverhill on January 23, 2023. Gayle has been producing her award-winning program “Write Now” for over ten years. Previous guests include Andre Dubus, Rhina P. Espaillat, Paul Harding, and Meg Kearney.
In this video, recorded February 17, 2022, the delightful short-story writer and novelist Áine Greaney invites me to tell my “writer’s origin story” and speak a little about how I write my poems. Sometimes the best way to answer one of her thoughtful questions is to read a poem.
A poet with a background very unlike that of most contemporary poets, Juster talks about auspicious and inauspicious trends in contemporary poetry and his own approach to the craft of writing and translating verse. This interview appeared in Better Than Starbucks, July 2020
Gayle Heney talks with me about Animal Psalms on this program recorded in May, 2016.
This talk was presented at The Frost Farm in Derry, NH, July 24, 2011
This interview first appeared in the Cervena Barva Press Newsletter, May, 2009
Alfred Nicol Interviewed by Christine Yurick, editor of Think Journal
I chat with Doug Holder and read several poems from Animal Psalms on this program recorded Aug. 10, 2016.
This is an edited transcript of Doug Holder’s program, “Poet to Poet, Writer to Writer,” recorded in March, 2007.