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Ep 93 Steven D. Schroeder | Wikipedia Apocalyptica, running a literary magazine, and the balancing act

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Hi there,

Today I’m so excited to be arts calling Steven D. Schroeder!!

About our Guest:

Steven D. Schroeder’s third book of poetry is Wikipedia Apocalyptica (swallow::tale press, 2022). His second book, The Royal Nonesuch (Spark Wheel Press), won the Devil’s Kitchen Reading Award from Southern Illinois University. He edits the literary magazine $ (Poetry Is Currency). His poetry is available from New England ReviewCrazyhorseMichigan Quarterly ReviewPleiadesThe Cincinnati ReviewCopper NickelThe JournalDiagramThe Rumpus, and Verse Daily, and has also been featured in city parks, public transportation, and business waiting rooms. Long a resident of Colorado, he now lives in St. Louis, where he works as a Creative Content Manager for a financial marketing agency.

Steven’s Twitter:

Wikipedia Apocalyptica, now available from swallow :: tale press!

Stop by and read the latest $: An anti-capitalist and inclusive online literary magazine. Always open for poems!

Thank you so much for this wonderful conversation, Steven! Thanks for the work you do, all the best and happy writing!!

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Go make a dent: much love,


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