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Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer

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What poem scared you the most to write? What did you learn while researching poems? those are two of the questions I was asked in the interview for The Colorado Sun about my most recent book, Naked for Tea. The interview was published today–coordinated in part by the Colorado Author’ League. Read it here, and find, too, a link to a poem from the book about how we help each other as we are “lost.”

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What a great gift this morning to hear my good friend and sister poet Erika Gordon reading two of my recent poems–one about mothering and another about coming to terms with my body–in this heart-opening interview in “Lyric Essentials.” She also writes about my daily practice and how it’s influenced her own writing. It feels so darn good to feel so seen, so heard. Wow. You can read and listen to Erika here

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Hi friends,


This week I did an interview with Elissa Dickson and Telluride TV on poeming, how I came to Telluride, what a poem does, and a recitation of the title poem from my newest book, Naked for Tea.

Just 10 minutes … I hope you enjoy!

Telluride TV Interview

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Yesterday, I had an interview come out in Writing to be Read, a blog about writers and Writing. We talked about inspiration and creative habits and the art of performing … and a whole lot more. You can read it all here.

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Last year, I did an interview with poet and writer Eduardo Brummel, and today he’s posted it on his blog … more about practice, on how a poem might save your life, and the dance between inspiration and crafting … thanks, Eduardo! Here’s a link to the interview

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published today in The Watch


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