Crooked Letter Year in Review

It’s hard to believe that a year has passed, but what a year! Take a look back at the authors Redd has interviewed who have lived in the Crooked Letter state. His year-in-review post recollects the conversations featured on the Prairie Schooner blog, but, of course, there are others: Michael Farris Smith in the New Orleans Review and Chris Offutt  in the Oxford American. Find out exciting about the next year in conversation, too.


Redd Interviews Poet Richard Lyons

RL head in handHave you read Crooked Letter’s latest interview with poet Richard Lyons, author of Hours of the Cardinal and Fleur Carnivore?

Redd’s Review of Richard Lyons’ HOURS OF THE CARDINAL

James Madison Redd, in his first effort as editor of the monthly review series, PRAIRIE SCHOONER: BRIEFLY NOTED, reviews a significant book under the radar: Mississippi poet Richard Lyons’ HOURS OF THE CARDINAL.

See why you should read this timeless book at the PRAIRIE SCHOONER’S blog.

Hours of the Cardinal by Richard Lyons

Hours of the Cardinal by Richard Lyons