Caitlin Doyle interviewed by the National YoungArts Foundation

CaitlinDoylePhotoByMikeRobinsonCaitlin Doyle (poetry ’08) has been interviewed by the National YoungArts Foundation!  Among other things, the interview touches on Caitlin’s experience as the featured poetry alumna in this year’s Annual Faculty Reading and her experience in the BU MFA Program. Of the program, Caitlin says, “You work so hard in such a short period that your evolution as a writer takes on the same quality as a time-lapse video of a flower blossoming.”  She also talks about lessons garnered from Robert Pinsky, Rosanna Warren, and Derek Walcott, and says “studying in the BU program shaped me as a reader and writer in ways that continue to reverberate through my work.” Click below to read Caitlin’s terrific interview:

Congratulations, Caitlin!

Caitlin Doyle’s most recent publication credits include two book anthologies, The Best Emerging Poets of 2013 (Stay Thirsty Press) and The Southern Poetry Anthology (forthcoming from Texas Review Press). During this past academic year, she held a Writer-In-Residence fellowship at the James Merrill House in Stonington, CT, and taught as the Writer-In-Residence at Interlochen Arts Academy in Michigan. To read more about Caitlin’s impressive recent literary undertakings, you can visit her website at this link:

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