[This is part of a series of interviews with GASHER reading interns. In this installment, intern, Daniel Garcia, chats with author of Circus Folk, Michael Chin]

Daniel Garcia (DG): What are you currently reading?

Michael Chin (MC): I'm currently reading Steven Lee Moore'...

February 3, 2020

The Wagners by John Colasacco

Trnsfr Books, 2019
104 pages

The Wagners by John Colasacco is a precious and foreboding book, a small, neat hardcover, with 104 pages of haunting, cynical, social commentary and 16 illustrations that read like warnings on a label, each in a...

July 18, 2019

[This is part of a series of interviews with GASHER reading interns. In this installment, intern, Konstantin Nicholas Rega, chats with author of A Dynamic Range Of Various Designs For Quiet, Josh Bettinger.]

Konstantin Rega (KR):  Although this may be a rather obvious q...

July 17, 2019

In his debut book entitled Why I Didn't Go To Your Funeral, Colin Pope explores themes of loss and recovery in 115 pages of poetry. Published by Tolsun Books earlier this year, the poems center around the suicide of a loved one, though often spin off into deeper contem...

June 27, 2019

IN THE SEAM is an on-going interview series that focuses on talks with authors who are between their first and second books. In this interview, Poetry Editor, Ethan Cohen, sits down with Grant Souders, author of the book of poems Service, available at Tupelo Press...

September 30, 2018

[This is part of a series of interviews with GASHER contributors. In this installment, Managing Editor, Whitney Kerutis, chats with October 2018’s Art Feature, Jared Boyd.]

It is a Sunday afternoon when I am welcomed into abstract artist and mechanical engineer, Jared B...

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