Call for Interviews and Reviews

Thank you for your interest in interviewing or reviewing for us. 

Please see below for guidelines.


“Jump” by Chloe Kang


We are looking for writers who hope to critically transcend, question, investigate, and explore. If this sounds like you, please email with the following materials, depending on area of interest: One previous interview (scanned or online), as well as a resume/CV and three ranked choices from the following list of new, recent, or forthcoming releases.

Please note: At this time, we have an aesthetic preference for interviews.

Click here to view our most recent interviews and reviews.



Please email us at to request our mailing address, to which you may send a print copy of a recent release.

*Note: An asterisk denotes that the writer is a member of the extended Adroit family.



*Diannely Antigua, “Ugly Music” (YesYes Books, March 2019).

*Brandon Amico, “Disappearing, Inc.” (Gold Wake Press, March 2019).

*Francesca Bell, “Bright Stain” (Red Hen Press, May 2019).

Marina Blitshteyn, “Two Hunters” (Argos Press, January 2019).

Sara Borjas, “Heart like a Window, Mouth like a Cliff” (Noemi Press, March 2019).

*Grady Chambers, “North American Stadiums” (Milkweed Editions, June 2018).

Dominique Christina, “Anarcha Speaks” (Beacon Press, October 2018).

Cody-Rose Clevidence, “Flung Throne” (Ahsahta Press, June 2018).

*S. Brook Corfman, “Luxury, Blue Lace” (Autumn House Press, March 2019). INTERVIEW only; review forthcoming.

*Brandon Courtney, “This, Sisyphus” (YesYes Books, March 2019).

*Gillian Cummings, “The Owl Was a Baker’s Daughter” (University Press of Colorado & Utah State University Press, November 2018).

Norman Dubie, “Robert Schumann is Mad Again” (Copper Canyon Press, June 2019).

Jessica Fjeld, “Redwork” (BOAAT Press, October 2018).

*Sarah Fletcher, “Typhoid August” (The Poetry Business, June 2018).

Heather June Gibbons, “Her Mouth as Souvenir” (The University of Utah Press, June 2018).

Rodney Gomez, “Ceremony of Sand” (YesYes Books, April 2019).

Doyali Islam, “heft” (Penguin Random House Canada, March 2019).

Ilya Kaminsky‏, “Deaf Republic” (Graywolf Press, March 2019).

*Edgar Kunz, “Tap Out” (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, March 2019).

Thomas March, “Aftermath” (The Word Works, April 2018).

Erika Meitner, “Holy Moly Carry Me” (BOA Editions, September 2018). INTERVIEW only; review forthcoming.

*Carly Joy Miller, “Ceremonial” (Orison Books, May 2018).

*Gala Mukomolova, “Without Protection” (Coffee House Press, April 2019). REVIEW only; interview here.

Tanya Olson, “Stay” (YesYes Books, [ Month ] 2019).

*Kwame Opoku-Duku, “The Unbnd Verses” (Glass Poetry Press, October 2018).

Willie Perdomo, “The Crazy Bunch” (Penguin Random House, April 2019).

*Jessica Poli, “Canyons” (BatCat Press, June 2018).

Hajara Quinn, “Coolth” (Big Lucks, August 2018).

*Doug Ramspeck, “Black Flowers” (LSU Press, September 2018).

*Jacques J. Rancourt, “In the Time of PrEP” (Beloit Poetry Journal, May 2018).

Alison C. Rollins, “Library of Small Catastrophies” (Copper Canyon Press, April 2019).

*Sam Ross, “Company” (Four Way Books, February 2019).

Jacob Saenz, “Throwing the Crown” (Copper Canyon Press, September 2018).

*Heidi Seaborn, “Give a Girl Chaos” (Mastodon Books, March 2019). REVIEW only; interview here.

*Jane Springer, “Moth” (LSU Press, September 2018).

Yuki Tanaka, “Séance in Daylight” (Bull City Press, October 2018).

Ashley Toliver, “Spectra” (Coffee House Press, September 2018).

Peter Twal, “Our Earliest Tattoos” (University of Arkansas Press, October 2018).

Claire Wahmanholm, “Wilder” (Milkweed Editions, November 2018).

*Keith S. Wilson, “Fieldnotes on Ordinary Love” (Copper Canyon Press, May 2019).

Yanyi, “The Year of Blue Water” (Yale University Press, March 2019).



Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah, “Friday Black” (Mariner Books, October 2018).

Katya Apekina, “The Deeper the Water the Uglier the Fish” (Two Dollar Radio, September 2018).

K CHESS, “Famous Men Who Never Lived” (Tin House, March 2019). INTERVIEW only; review forthcoming.

Marcia Douglas, “The Marvellous Equations of the Dread” (New Directions, July 2018).

*Brad Felver, “Dogs of Detroit” (University of Pittsburgh Press, September 2018).

Dana Green, “How to Carry Scars” (Kernpunkt, September 2018).

Devi S. Laskar, “The Atlas of Reds and Blues” (Counterpoint Press, February 2019).

*Maryse Meijer, “Rag” (Farrar, Straus & Giroux, February 2019).

Sharma Shields, “The Cassandra” (Henry Holt and Co., February 2019).



*Hanif Abdurraqib, “Go Ahead in the Rain: Notes to A Tribe Called Quest” (University of Texas Press, February 2019).

Tressie McMillan Cottom, “THICK and Other Essays” (The New Press, January 2019).

Alicia Elliott, “A Mind Spread Out on the Ground” (Penguin Random House Canada, 2019).

Michele Filgate, “What My Mother and I Don’t Talk About” (Simon & Schuster, April 2019).

Briallen Hopper, “Hard to Love: Essays and Confessions” (Bloomsbury Publishing, February 2019).

Jessica Hopper, “Night Moves” (University of Texas Press, September 2018). INTERVIEW only; review forthcoming.

Mitchell S. Jackson, “Survival Math: Notes on an All-American Family” (Simon & Schuster,  March 2019).

T Kira Madden, “Long Live the Tribe of Fatherless Girls” (Bloomsbury Publishing, March 2019).

Nikesh Shukla and Chimene Suleyman, Editors. “The Good Immigrant: 26 Writers Reflect on America” (Little, Brown and Company, February 2019).

Kate Zambreno, “Screen Tests” (HarperCollins, July 2019).



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