New Letters
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Kelly Cherry

Poetry, Fiction, Nonfiction

Interviewed by: Robert Stewart

Catalog Number: 19981120

The author of over a dozen books, including poetry, novels and essays, Kelly Cherry reads from her collection of poetry, Death and Transfiguration. She talks with New Letters editor, Robert Stewart, about this book and her attempt to capture in words, not her own sense of loss, but the people behind the poetry, and about the significance of storytelling for everyone.

| Subject Matter: Death, Loss, Storytelling | Interview Year: 1998 | Genre: Poetry, Fiction, Nonfiction |

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