Poems, Interviews, Articles
Poetry Daily, "For the Birds" from the Michigan Quarterly Review
Kenyon Review Online (KRO)
Lucy Writer's Platform (UK)
Ars Notoria (UK)
Contributor, So You Want to Be a Poet?
Dragonfly (Issue 2020)
Pages 10 and 16
Interview, Center for Stories (Australia)
Stony Brook University Reading for the Matwaala Festival, October 2020
"Desi" Poetry Reading, India Currents, video : https://ncc-zoom.zoom.us/rec/share/x8Msf4vp1EhLUonn7hHnW_UPA93faaa823Icq_tezU2uWXu8o8x382HGSukuAwIr
"Desi Poetry Reading Hits Home" a review of the IC reading by Dr. Jyoti Bachani
Article in AWP's The Writers' Chronicle
the museum of americana
Poem "Recreating Sue" nominated for Best of the Net.
Confluence Journal (UK)
Article on Matwaala South Asian Poetry Festival, NYC (Page 9), and poem "Slow Karma" (Page 19)
Kelly Fordon's Poetry Blog
Sparrows and Dust
Cha, An Asian Literary Journal
Mumbai Goddesses and Mama Your Eyes
Asia Literary Review
More poems/videos/audio online below! Scroll down to read.
Author's Forum, University of Michigan: Video of Reading and Conversation with Lolita Hernandez, (author of Making Callaloo in Detroit) on Sharp Blue Search of Flame, Wayne State University Press, September 2017:
(From Minute 5:50 to 26:28)
Wayne State University Press, Audio Recordings:
(Scroll down and click on tab for Multimedia)
Radio Interview with T. Hetzel about Sharp Blue Search of Flame on 4/20/2016:
Radio Interview with T. Hetzel about Lands I Live In, WCBN, University of Michigan, 2009
and click on Living Writers RSS Feed. Then click on the 11-26 broadcast file name (next to the headphone symbol). (See more info below--scroll to the end of the page).
List of Links to Poems Online:
Poetry Daily (MQR)
Kenyon Review Online
Available through JSTOR
On the pilot episode of The Living Room, Michigan Radio/NPR
The Living Room is a one hour exploration of a theme through stories, song, and writing. In this episode, host, storyteller, and songwriter Allison Downey takes a look at how stories of migrations are interwoven into the lives of Michigan residents.