by Wanda Waterman
The Voice Magazine, Volume 22 Issue 32 2014-08-15
Gillian Sze is a Montreal-based poet who studied creative writing at Concordia University and who has already achieved numerous accolades for two books of poetry, Fish Bones and The Anatomy of Clay (recommended here in the Voice). Recently she took some time to answer Wanda Waterman’s questions about childhood, sensitivity, and feeding the muse. Read the interview here.
Poetry: “Imaginary gardens with real toads in them.”
– Marianne Moore