The Landing: An Interview Series seeks to gain insight into the diverse creative processes of some of our favorite writers with the hopes that we can inspire others through this sharing. Each quarter we will highlight one previously published poem in a short interview.
Sarah Sgro’s poem, “I Wear My Man Out,” was published earlier this year at Muzzle Magazine.
Sgro discusses using formatting to dismantle conventional structures of meaning, her roots in Gurlesque and her interest in grotesque, and obfuscation and assertion of self in her poetry. Read our interview here.