Black Market Interviews
Black Market Re-View conducts interviews with exciting figures in the literary landscape, asking questions submitted by students from Edge Hill University’s creative writing community.
A regular performer at arts festivals and poetry nights around Manchester and across the UK, Maz Hedgehog is a fantasy poet and spoken word artist. Her debut collection Vivat Regina was released in 2019 by Doghorn publishing and is available now. As well as headlining the launch event for issue #7, Maz spoke to Black Market Re-View about her work and the ideas explored in the collection.
Maz appears here in conversation with Mostyn Jones, with input from the editorial team.
Winner of Poetry Magazine’s Levinson prize and author of collections Dancing in Odessa and Deaf Republic; Ilya Kaminsky appears here in conversation with Edge Hill students, discussing his style of performance, being a nomad, and the nature of translation.
Questions by Abigail Cox, Alicia Caples, Amy Connolly, Eve Lewis, Daniel Smith, Mostyn Jones, Madison Corthell, Dylan Booth, Jessica Hughes, Sonyun Shin and James Byrne
Faber appears here in conversation with Harriet Hirshman, with contributions from Luke Thurogood, Francesca McMahon, Emma Blemings & Robert Edge.
Poet and Cornell University lecturer Valzhyna Mort speaks to Edge Hill University students about her collections factory of tears and Collected Body. As well as the ideas of poetry, identity, and the musical self.
Questions by Jessica Tillings, Harriet Hirshman, Luke Thurogood, Francesca McMahon, Abigail Conran, Emma Blemings & Robert Edge John Kinsella
Poet, critic, and Royal Holloway literature professor Robert Hampson in conversation with Edge Hill University students on the subject of his process and poetics in the creation of his collection Seaport.