In The Margins E9: Sound Like Yourself: An Interview with Graywolf Press

Get inspired every 1st and 3rd Tuesday! Produced by tatestreeet.org, “In the Margins” is a dialogue with Tate Street Managing Editor, Abigail Browning, and special guests about the creative process of writing, publishing, and the inside knowledge of the literary world.  Listeners of all skills, backgrounds, and interests are invited to share in the conversation with editors, writers, and creative minds.

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E9 Guest: Executive Editor Jeff Shotts

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Graywolf Press is a leading independent publisher of contemporary American and international literature. In this episode we talk with Executive Editor Jeff Shotts to learn how they discover and work with leading writers such as Eula Biss and Claudia Rankine. We also learn how their non-profit status allows them freedom to work at the leading edge of the art and what he means when he suggests writers: “Sound Like Yourself.”

Podcast Notes:

Partnership with Favorite Poem Project:

Interview with Jeff Shotts, Graywolf Press:

Segment Break, 3-Sentence Review:

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