What draws poets to write in other forms? How do we distinguish between prose and verse, fact and fiction? And how useful, ultimately, are these distinctions?
In this panel, poets discuss their forays into prose: Quan Barry, award-winning novelist, playwright, poet, and author of a new novel, When I’m Gone, Look for Me in the East; speaks with poet Thorpe Moeckel, author of forthcoming middle grade novel, True as True Can Be, and Lisa Russ Spaar, accomplished poet, UVA Professor of English and Creative Writing, and author of Paradise Close, her debut novel.
With thanks to our sponsor Westminster Canterbury of the Blue Ridge.