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Here are my answers to the questions from the comments of my last post...
What are your opinions on writers being pigeonholed into specific
categories? By chance, have you seen the Best American Fantasy
collection? If so, what do you think of it?
Alan -- Since you're going to talk about poetry anyway, I'd like to
hear about whether your poetry and your fiction intersect and how. Do
you work on them at the same time? How is writing each a different
process (or is it)? And that sort of bizness. --Gwenda
you've written for Rain Taxi and maybe other book reviews. How is the
book review situation in the Twin Cities and are people worried that
about it? (a la the Atlanta paper etc. losing pages and editors.) --Gavin
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