Happy poetic Easter!
"dreamy and fresh, like a fruit salad served on a cloud" Amy Key – Poetry Spotlight.
Today I am sharing a post from another website with you. This is an interview with poet and editor, Amy Key on the Poetry Spotlight website (link above). I have quoted the introduction below, but you should go over to Poetry Spotlight and read the full interview; it ends with a poem that scared the living daylights out of me, 'Haunted' :)
Amy is one of 4 editors of the website magazine, Poems in Which, which you should definitely check out. Every poem submitted must bear a title starting 'Poem in Which' but, as their guidelines explain, they are not looking for a poem that you have written and decided to re-title to fit the criteria of a Poem in Which ... Every issue yields surprising and wonderful ways of approaching this poetic challenge.
Amy Key is an English poet and editor. Her poems have been published in magazines and anthologies including Poetry, The Poetry Review, Best British Poetry 2015 (Salt 2015), Love Poems (Faber & Faber 2015) and The Poetry of Sex (Penguin 2014).
Her debut pamphlet Instead of Stars was published by tall-lighthouse in 2009 and a full-length collection Luxe by Salt in 2013.