Christian Wiman and Don Share talk with David Biespiel about his controversial essay, "This Land Is Our Land," an early call for American poets to engage political subjects.
Judith Pulman interviews David Biespiel about poetic forms and the writer in the civic world.
April Baer, in 2015, invites David Biespiel in to talk about poetry and civic life.
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Corey Lovell speaks with Lannan Fellow David Biespiel about poetry in a difficult world.
Joshua Mensch interviews David about Republic Caf, and what it means to inhabit the reality of the body politic within one's own skin.
Ruben Quesada interviews David about curiosity, generosity, and vulnerability in poetry.
Fiona Sze-Lorain talks to David about memoir and poetry
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David Biespiel discusses his new book, The Education of a Young Poet, with Justin Wymer, about being comfortable in uncertainty, and extending moments in writing.
David Naimon chats with David Biespiel in 2015 about A Long High Whistle on the podcast Gary Shteyngart calls "the most intense and awesome podcast I've ever been a part of."
John Hoppenthaler talks to David about conceptual poetry, political poetry, and his new poems in Republic Cafe.
An interview with David about the possibility and impossibility of writing poems.
Kevin Craft introduces David Biespiel about the role of poets in contemporary American society and the presence of social/political issues in the content of poetry.
A conversation between Joe Milford and David Biespiel about the revival of Poetry Northwest and the state of poetry.
Kerry Buckley's Q and A with David Biespiel about the publication of The Book of Men and Women.
David Biespiel takes questions about the direction of Portland's leading think tank for creativity and creative writing that he founded in 1999.
Sarah Corbett interviews David Biespiel, Mary Szybist, and others.
Jody Page sits down with David Biespiel to discuss the life of the writer.
David Biespiel talks about how poets traverse the thresholds of the imagination to bring the gifts of poems to the community.