Saturday, July 28, 2012

Boston Literary Magazine features Podunovich in Writers in the Spotlight

I had a great conversation with Robin Stratton of Boston Literary Magazine recently when she interviewed me for Writers in the Spotlight. I enjoyed the interview process with her immensely. It was more of a conversation than an interview and it helped me think deeply about what it is exactly that I love about writing poetry. It was good to reflect on what poetry means to me and why I feel compelled to share it with others. You can read the article HERE!

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Hello Twitter & Commentary on New Chap!

I'm now on Twitter: @reneepod

Read an interview about my new chapbook "Let the Scaffolding Collapse" to be released this fall by Finishing Line Press by clicking here

More commentary on this collection:

“These are poems of thirst and hunger, more hiss than hush, more jazz, more blaze, more pluck. Renee Podunovich has a ferociousness to her work that pulls us in and pushes us to step outside what is comfortable into the world that is charged and changing.”

-Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer, The Miracle Already Happening and Holding Three Things at Once,

“Renee Podunovich excels in her newest collection. The journey through these evocative vignettes leads us to the powerful understanding that we need to "Trust the empty spaces" and "let the scaffolding collapse." The characters in each poem reflect our own Divine Human Experience, and Podunovich treats our vulnerabilities with tenderness and wise insight.”

-Robin Stratton, Editor, Boston Literary Magazine, author On Air and Then She Ran,