Saida Agostini Discusses her New Collection with Paul T Corrigan
Poet, Saida Agostini, goes in-depth with Paul T Corrigan about her new collection Let the Dead in (ASP 2022)
Saida Agostini's new collection, let the dead in, will launch on March 26th, 2022. You can pre-order your copy here. Also, catch her and others at AWP (booth 762), and see her read from her work on March 25th at the Asian Art Initiative (a short walk from AWP). You can follow Saida on Twitter here.
Paul T. Corrigan is a Visiting Assistant Professor of English & Writing at the University of Tampa and the poetry editor for The Tampa Review. He shares his own and other’s work at Teaching & Learning in Higher Ed. and Corrigan Literary Review. You can find him on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
The full title of James J. Patterson’s new essay which appears in Nexus: The International Henry Miller Journal is “Throwing in the Tao: Henry Miller as Life Coach, Literary Instructor, and Spiritual Guide”
Poet and critic, Joseph Ross, tackles the wrinkles and crevasses of Saida Agostini’s maverick debut poetry collection, let the dead in.
Saida Agostini’s “An Incomplete Legend on Love” first appears in her debut poetry collection let the dead in. Perugia Press, who is doing a feature on exceptional, emerging BIWOC poets and artists, have republished “An Incomplete Legend on Love” on their website, featuring a bio of Agostini and information on let the dead in.