This week, PRISM magazine published a conversation I had with James Wood, entitled: “In poetry, what is learned is of the blood”: An Interview with Award-Winning Poet A.F. Moritz.”
Here’s a sampling of the questions Wood asked me:
What inspired the writing of your most recent collection, Sequence (House of Anansi, 2015)?
How do you see the new book’s relationship with your wider body of writing?
To what extent are you consciously aware of the influences [of other writers] as you compose…?
How do you write? Do you have a set time for writing each day, as Auden did, or do you keep notebooks?
Looking for answers?
You can read the piece right here.