Wright interviews a really stellar lineup and includes lots of Sarabande authors. (Some interviewees are Lia Purpura, Wendy Walters, Ander Monsen, Kimiko Hahn, Philanese Slaughter, Sejal Shah, Raven Jackson , Dorothy Allison, Rae Armantrout, Jericho Parms, Marc Gaba, Sheep Jones, and more.)Given the wide range of topics discussed, this should appeal to wide audiences (examples: artistic form, the muse, climate change, freedo, metaphor, painting, ketchup, the environment, sex and sexuality, listening, publishing, war, sensation, slavery, authority, power, zookeeping, colonialism, faith, religion, loss, ghosts ,empathy, advice columns). It seems, too, that it could be an attractive course adoption for courses on essay writing and interviewing. Some notes on Wright: She is the author of two poetry books, one poetry collaboration, and six chapbooks, and as you’ll be able to see from the group she interviews, she has a lot of solid contacts in the writing world. Her last books have positive reviews in Kenyon Review, Guernica, and Essay Daily.