Michele Leavitt Interviews Lewis Putnam Turco


Michele Leavitt interviewed Lewis Putnam Turco at the Unity College Center for the Performing Arts, following his reading and discussion on April 5, 2012, when Lewis Putnam Turco was honored at the college.

 Here is a recording of the interview.
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 Copyright © 2012 Michele Leavitt and Wesli Court


Michele Leavitt’s poems and prose appear most recently in The Humanist, Dogwood, The Journal, Mezzo Cammin, Passager and The Platte Valley Review. She is the winner of the Ohio State University’s 2010 William Allen Award for creative nonfiction. A chapbook, The Glass Transition, was published in 2010 by Finishing Line Press. A high school dropout, hepatitis C survivor and former trial attorney, she earned an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts in 1995 and now lives in Unity, Maine, where she is affiliated with the Center for Environmental Arts and Humanities at Unity College.

Lewis Turco looks a great deal like Wesli Court.

The fourth edition of The Book of Forms has recently been published.