"Good Warm Sad Blood Spilling Out in the Forest": a collaborative interview with Heather Christle, Matthew Rohrer, Zachary Schomburg, Matthew Zapruder, and "Gulf Coast" editor Hannah Gamble

June 2010
Gulf Coast: A Journal of Literature & Fine Arts;Summer/Fall2010, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p249
Academic Journal
Presents an interview with editors and authors Heather Christle, Matthew Rohrer, Zachary Schomburg, Matthew Zapruder and Hannah Gamble. When asked about what they feel about the surrealist label of their work, they note that such label brings a mixture of resistance and at the same time unnerving. Zapruder shares that image is the most important thing to surrealists and it is a highly influential to poetry. Schomburg stresses that collaboration allows some of the principles of surrealism.


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