Time: 18:00 - 18:45
Mary Ruefle: a head for poetry
“Place isn’t important,” Mary Ruefle has declared in an interview with The White Review. “I tend to write in my head, which I can carry with me wherever I go.” She has produced a number of poetry collections and essays which demonstrate time and again her ability to use language to twist expectations and create new, subtle and deep connections.
In this conversation with author and critic Ida Lødemel Tvedt, Ruefle talks about why and how she writes.