Over the next year, Andy Fitch will be asking participants from his Ugly Duckling Presse interview project to pair up and interview each other. By placing parallel interviews alongside his own, Fitch hopes to demonstrate that no one talk is definitive, that there are an infinitude of possible trajectories for such a discussion to take. In this interview, Eric Baus and Andrea Rexilius discuss their latest books.
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Bill Viola’s “I Do Not Know What It Is I Am Like”:
Eric Baus is the author of Scared Text (Colorado State U. Press, 2011), Tuned Droves (Octopus Books, 2009), and The To Sound (Verse Press/Wave Books, 2004) as well as several chapbooks. He lives in Denver.
Andrea Rexilius is the author of Half of What They Carried Flew Away (Letter Machine, 2012) and To Be Human Is To Be A Conversation (Rescue Press, 2011). She currently teaches MFA courses at Naropa University’s Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics and manages the JKS Summer Writing Program.