In Conversation

Our occasional ‘In Conversation’ series features wide-ranging discussions between Longbarrow Press poets, artists and editor Brian Lewis, drawing on interviews published here, on Elaine Aldred’s Strange Alliances blog, and elsewhere. A full index of text and audio conversations appears below:

March 2016
Pub Chats: Longbarrow Press
Will Barrett interviews Brian Lewis (for The Poetry School)

January 2016
Poetry from the Edgelands:
Charlie Sellings interviews Brian Lewis (for Opus Independents)

January 2015
Steps of Creation:
Elaine Aldred interviews Mark Goodwin and Brian Lewis

November 2014
Mark Goodwin on Steps, interviewed by Brian Lewis (audio recording)

April 2014
Poems, Places & Soundscapes:
Elaine Aldred interviews Mark Goodwin and Brian Lewis

February 2014
Alistair Noon interviewed by Jack Little (for The Ofi Press)

January 2014
Writing on the Edge:
Elaine Aldred interviews Matthew Clegg

October 2013
Paul Evans and Helen Mort on The Seven Wonders (audio recording)

May 2013
The Creative Landscapes of Longbarrow Press
:
Elaine Aldred interviews Brian Lewis

February 2013
The Intricacies of Independent Creativity
:
Elaine Aldred interviews Mark Goodwin

July 2012
Angelina Ayers and Paul Evans on The Seven Wonders (audio recording)

June 2012
Andrew Hirst on Hello Dolly (audio recording)

September 2011
Lost Between Stations
:
Matthew Clegg and Fay Musselwhite in conversation

September 2011
In England, it’s greys and browns:
Karl Hurst and Jana Kománková in conversation
(on the Czech website Proti šedi)

March 2010
Paul Evans and Brian Lewis in conversation
(originally published in The Inky)

2009
Alistair Noon interviewed by Kate Schapira and Elizabeth Bradfield
(PDF – originally published in Mantis, 2009)

September 2006
Andrew Hirst and Brian Lewis in conversation
(originally published in The Inky)

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