Interview: Sarah Priest, Poet

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18 Responses

  1. Marjie Mare says:

    I can imagine that interviewing this amazing poet is an unforgettable experience. Thanks for sharing it with us.

    • KateKreates says:

      It was – I love interviewing people and finding out about their lives and what inspires them to do what they do!
      Kate x

  2. Stephanie says:

    Always fun to learn more about the author behind the poems. Star Wars is a great favorite movie, it’s one of my favorite series, too!

    • KateKreates says:

      I love finding out what drives people to do what they do, which is why I decided to do this interview series.
      Star Wars is a great series!
      Kate x

  3. what a fab little interview for sure. I love that quote at the end of the poem…”The world did not end the day I met you, it just began…” so sweet xx

  4. Helene says:

    Wonderful interview Kate! And what a beautiful poem! Her work is impressive considering she started writing a few years earlier.

  5. I always loved the Wordsworth quote about poetry. That it’s spontaneous overflow of emotions. And all great poetry works better with a muse. This is a fun interview. I love hearing the behind the scenes of how things came to be, especially writing.

    • KateKreates says:

      I enjoyed it too! I always like to know what inspires people to go out and create something beautiful…
      Kate x

  6. I love that she carries a journal to jot down inspirational thoughts during her day. I used to do that too! Now I want to start carrying a journal again. I loved the poem, super sweet!

  7. How fascinating! I just love how so many of us think we know how our life will go, and train for it, and then something serendipitous happens that sets us on a totally different path, and then we realize that’s where we were meant to be all along!

    • KateKreates says:

      I do believe everything happens for a reason too… when I look back on my life I’m not really where I thought I’d be, but I guess I’m where I should be!
      Kate x

  8. An autumnal theme for a poetry book would be lovely. Changing seasons is always lovely when described right.

  9. Di says:

    How fun! I love seeing inside the mind of writers and poets, what a great interview!

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