April 2, 2015
April is National Poetry Month, and NPR's Arts & Letters talked to Greg Brownderville, a poet and assistant professor of English at SMU.
From Arts & Letters
By J. Bradley Minnick
On this (April 1, 2015) episode of Arts & Letters, we sit down with poet and folklorist Greg Brownderville, who hails from Pumpkin Bend, Arkansas. He is the author of Deep Down in the Delta: Folktales and Poems (Butler Center Books, 2011) and Gust (Northwestern University/TriQuarterly, 2011).
A deep felt sense of place persists throughout much of his work, which incorporates the images, stories, songs and landscape of the Arkansas Delta where he grew up.
Listen to the interview.
Greg Brownderville: How to Become A Better Poet
On Valentine's Day 2014, Brownderville was interviewed about poetry writing. Here is that interview: