Let Go The Goat
Let Go The Goat
Amit Majmudar
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Amit Majmudar

Episode 11

An interview with Amit Majmudar. We discuss how poets enter into the poetry world through academia or professionally and the limits of each. He shares the first poem shared from his X feed.

About Amit Majmudar – Amit diagnostic nuclear radiologist who lives in Westerville, Ohio, with his wife and three children. He is the author of four volumes of poetry, most recently What He Did in Solitary. His first collection, 0°, 0°, was a finalist for the Poetry Society of America’s Norma Farber First Book Award; his second, Heaven and Earth, was selected for the 2011 Donald Justice Prize. His work has appeared in The New York Times, The New Yorker, Best of the Best American Poetry, and many other places, including the eleventh edition of The Norton Introduction to Literature. He blogs for The Kenyon Review and is also a critically acclaimed novelist.

Biography from Penguin Random House website

About Mike Rippy – Mike has worked in the art museum industry for over 20 years and the visual arts for over 30. Through LGTG, Mike will be sharing his own burgeoning journey into a deeper understanding of poetry so that others who may be curious but intimidated by the medium may feel less apprehensive.

Headshot Ami Buch Majmudar/Alfred A. Knopf

Let Go The Goat
Let Go The Goat
Traveling through the Wilderness of the Arts