My interview with poet, and friend, Nin Andrews. Read it, here.
Nin Andrews is a great poet and person. She’s kind, creative, funny and genuine. She’s been a friend of mine for some time now, and she’s someone I really admire because of her boldness as a poet. She was one of the first prose poets I was introduced, the first poet I ever read who wrote poems about orgasms, and a poet who is always publishing and always writing new and interesting poems. With her every book, and her every project, I am always eager to see what she’ll do next.
Leah Umansky: As a woman and a poet, would you consider yourself a feminist? If so, when do you think you first started thinking of yourself that way?
Nin Andrews: It’s hard to know when something starts. You know? But I think I have been a feminist for most of my life.
But when did it begin?
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