With our spring ‘08 issue, Seneca Review inaugurated an interview series with essayists on the subject of the essay form and on the essays of theirs that we’re running. Interviews won’t appear in the mag, however; you can find them online at the SR website along with the essay that’s occasioned it.
Our aim is to create an archive of ideas about the essay and the working aesthetics and practice of writers we’re publishing, writers who are exploring the reaches of the essay form. We’d like, as well, to create an environment for discussion.
An Interview with Noah Eli Gordon - Melissa McCrae
An Interview with Amy Benson by Jessica Wilson
"Water Shelter Food and Form" - Amy Benson
An Interview with Christine Hume by Blake Bronson-Bartlet
"Ventifacts" - Christine Hume
An Interview with Dan Beachy-Quick by Geoffrey Hilsabeck
"The Laurel Crown" by Dan Beachy-Quick
An Interview with Timothy Irish Watt by Jessica Wilson
"Borne Along" by Timothy Irish Watt
An Interview with Aaron Kunin by Tom Fleischmann
"Awkward without w" by Aaron Kunin
An Interview with Stephen Kuusisto by Ryan Van Meter
"A Valediction of Mourning" by Stephen Kuusisto
An Interview with Brian Christian by Tom Fleischmann
"Our Lot" by Brian Christian
An Interview with Thalia Field by Ashley Butler, Tom Fleischmann, April Freeley and Riley Hanick
“Apparatus for the Inscription of a Falling Body” by Thalia Field
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