“When I write a poem, I don’t think about it as a part of a book. I even forget that it will be published; that someone is going to read it. When I write, the ghost of my reader does not peek over my shoulder. I purposely scribble. I write letters to myself I send to my future. And also to my past.”
— Russian poet Vera Pavlova in this wonderful interview at Literary Hub
Joseph Hutchison, Colorado Poet Laureate 2014-2018, has published 17 books, including a translation of flash fictions by Mexican author Miguel Lupián, and co-edited two anthologies. He lives in the mountains southwest of Denver, Colorado, the city where he was born. He teaches at the University of Denver's University College, where he currently directs two programs: Arts & Culture and Global Affairs.