Today, I talk with the poet Jennifer Litt who curates the poems featured on Hogan's Hideaway. She also discusses the release of her new chapbook Maximum Speed Through Zero. Also, San Diego-based poet James Meetze was in Rochester and stopped by to read some of his poems.
About Jennifer Litt:
Jennifer Litt is the sole proprietor of Jennifer Litt Writing Services (www.jenniferlitt.com) and an adjunct lecturer at SUNY Brockport. Jennifer’s work has appeared in several anthologies, journals and magazines, including Jet Fuel Review, LUMINA, Mixed Fruit, Naugatuck River Review and nycBigCityLit. She is the author of the chapbook, Maximum Speed through Zero, published in 2016 by Blue Lyra Press in its Delphi Series, Volume 2. She lives in Rochester, New York.
About James Meetze:
James Meetze is the author of three books of poetry, including Phantom Hour and Dayglo, which was selected by Terrance Hayes for the 2010 Sawtooth Poetry Prize, both published by Ahsahta Press. He is editor, with Simon Pettet, of Other Flowers: Uncollected Poems by James Schuyler (FSG, 2010). His poems have appeared in numerous publications, including A Public Space, Agni, American Letters and Commentary, New American Writing, and The Rattling Wall. He teaches creative writing and film studies at Ashford University and, with Ken White, writes for film and television.