Melissa Burton of LitBridge interviewed editor Kristi Moos on place-writing and inspiration for Poecology and the LitLocator:
“Our relationship to places will always be reflected through our creative output. Writing is one mode of that output—there’s also visual art, architecture, urban design, community events, and other forms. Through Poecology and the Literary Locator, I hope readers can explore places through creative writing. Because if we can build a spatial record of our storytelling, then we can see how we respond intellectually and emotionally to physical places. And if we read closely, we can find answers to questions like: what are our narratives of place? What do we memorialize, what do we praise, and what do we want to change?”
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