“Put some blood in the letter”: An Interview with Weston Cutter

by Jacob Sunderlin, Co-Editor of Poetry Like every beer drinker with a couple folders of poems, I just got back from AWP.  Happy to report that I am operational, minus brain cells.  Among the learnable things at such a venue as AWP: how many people there are running around writing poetry and fiction.  Weston Cutter … Continue reading “Put some blood in the letter”: An Interview with Weston Cutter

A Poem by Weston Cutter

by Jacob Sunderlin, Co-Editor of Poetry Weston Cutter is from Minnesota, is the author of the book of stories You’d Be a Stranger, Too, has had work recently inForklift, OH and the Kenyon Review, and is an assistant professor at the University of St. Francis in Fort Wayne, IN.  His poem “If Not River” is … Continue reading A Poem by Weston Cutter