In Conversation with Patrick Woodcock, Part II

Wanda Waterman The Voice Magazine, Volume 22 Issue 16 2014-04-18 Patrick Woodcock uses poetry to document the suffering of humanity in war-torn countries— a kind of poetic nonfiction. (See Voice review of Echo Gods and Silent Mountains: Poems, his book of poems based on his time in Iraqi Kurdistan.) Recently he took the time to answer Wanda Waterman’s questions about literary forms, his childhood, and the conditions that enabled him to embark on so many remarkable adventures. (You can read the first part of this article here.) A Blessed Childhood Patrick credits his parents for preparing him for the unusual … Continue reading In Conversation with Patrick Woodcock, Part II