This month my featured blogger Candice Louisa Daquin of thefeatheredsleep.
I’ve long admired your poetry. Thank you for agreeing to this interview,
When did you start to write?
As a child. I had a best friend who wrote and we would write poetry together. At the time, I was most influenced by the idea of giving a voice to feelings through the world around us. I liked to combine what I saw with what I felt. It was pretty childish and simplistic because I was a terrible speller, since English is my second language. I have since worked hard to become a more eloquent and careful writer and I do employ a lot of consideration rather than just writing out and posting.
Who are your poetic influences?
My favorite book of prose-poetry is by an author called Elizabeth Smart and it’s called As I Sat Down at Grand Central…
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