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Linda Nemec Foster Interview with Jeff Milo from A Little Too Quiet

Linda Nemec Foster is interviewed by Jeff Milo for his podcast, A Little Too Quiet (sponsored by the Ferndale Public Library in Ferndale, Michigan). In this interview, Linda discusses her new book, The Blue Divide, and the life stories that inform and inspire her poetry and writing. A Little Too Quiet – Podcast Interview with […]

Linda Nemec Foster’s Poem, “City of Stone, City of Trees”, Premier Video Screened at REELpoetry Video/Film Festival

Linda Nemec Foster‘s poem, “City of Stone, City of Trees,” was selected to be produced as a video/poem with watercolor animation by Matvey Rezanov (who worked on the Oscar-nominated film “Coraline”) and music score by Lena Orsa. The piece was screened at the REELpoetry Video/Film Festival sponsored by Public Poetry in Houston. The Festival’s program […]

Linda Nemec Foster has written a personal remembrance of her mentor and close friend, acclaimed poet Lisel Mueller, for the Friends of Writers blog. The blog is sponsored by the MFA Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College.

Poet and translator Lisel Mueller was a member of the original MFA Program for Writers faculty at Goddard College. Her collections of poetry include The Private Life, which was the 1975 Lamont Poetry Selection; Second Language (1986); The Need to Hold Still (1980), which received the National Book Award; Learning to Play by Ear (1990); […]