“the past, the color pink”: An Interview with David Trinidad

by Jacob Sunderlin, Co-Editor of Poetry When I was seventeen, I ganked the Outlaw Bible of American Poetry from the public library and found three poems by David Trinidad anthologized between Bob Kaufman and Woody Guthrie.  This was—to my mind—pretty much the coolest thing ever.  In his newly-published and completely-addictive Dear Prudence: New and Selected … Continue reading “the past, the color pink”: An Interview with David Trinidad