Katrina gives a wide ranging interview with The Friday Poem
Katrina is interviewed here by Paul Brookes In the interview, Katrina talks about how she started writing, which poets inspired her and which put her off. She discusses who she is currently reading, and sets out what a typical working day can look like. She also talks about several contemporary poets whose work she finds exciting. Click …
Five minutes with Katrina Naomi – a mini interview with Hannah Hodgson of Kendal Poetry Festival http://www.kendalpoetryfestival.co.uk/five-minutes-with-katrina-naomi/ Katrina discusses how she began writing poetry, what motivates her to write and offers some tips for new writers. Plus, Katrina’s poem ‘Gin and Sandwiches’, which is Hannah’s choice from Katrina’s Seren collection, The Way the Crocodile Taught Me.
Katrina is interviewed by Kate Sermon in the glossy Winter issue of Manor magazine. In an article entitled ‘A life in verse’, Katrina talks about her latest collection, The Way the Crocodile Taught Me, (Seren, 2016), her life in Cornwall, what started her writing and where her writing is taking her now. http://www.manormagazine.co.uk/
Katrina is interviewed by Phil Owen about her residency at the Arnolfini. Read it here.
Katrina is interviewed by Poetry Spotlight about her latest collection, The Way the Crocodile Taught Me (Seren). She discusses how her work is developing and publishes ‘Concrete Overcoat’ from the new book.
Katrina is interviewed by Poetry Spotlight about her latest collection, The Way the Crocodile Taught Me (Seren). Her poem ‘Concrete Overcoat’ from the new book is also featured.
Katrina is interviewed by Ali Lewis of London’s Poetry School about her new collection, The Way the Crocodile Taught Me (Seren). She discusses writing on violence and her forthcoming workshop on poetry and violence, ‘The Bloodjet’. You can read the article here https://poetryschool.com/interviews/bloodjet-interview-katrina-naomi/
Katrina is interviewed ahead of the launch of her collection, The Way the Crocodile Taught Me, by Alex Cluness, Development Director of Literature Works. You can read the interview by clicking on the feature below.