Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Poet to Poet: Terry A. Garey

This week at the Twin Cities Daily Planet I've interviewed speculative poet Terry A. Garey for the Poet to Poet Series.

Terry A. Garey is a writer, editor, and a member of the performance group Lady Poetesses From Hell. Her poems have been published in many journals and anthologies. She has edited poetry for Tales of the Unanticipated, and the speculative poetry anthology Time Frames, among others. Her non fiction book, The Joy of Home Winemaking, has little to do with poetry, but is fun and instructive if you want to make wine. She lives with a librarian, two cats and many books in Minneapolis.

Incidentally, Bag Person Press is pleased to announce the publication of Lady Poetesses From Hell, a poetry anthology featuring award winning poets Jane Yolen, Eleanor Arnason, John C. Rezmerski, Ruth Berman, Ellen Klages, Laurel Winter, Rebecca Marjesdatter, Terry A. Garey and others. The Lady Poetesses From Hell have been reading as a performance group at Science Fiction conventions for over fifteen years, and this is their first anthology, sans tea cozy, but with fish hat. Copies are available from Terry A. Garey, 3149 Park Ave. S., Minneapolis, MN 55407 for $10 plus $3.50 shipping and handling.

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