It isn’t every day someone you respect and admire invites you to participate in an interview about your book on their blog. Last month, I had that honour! Khaya Ronkainen and I had an in-depth conversation about the meaning behind some of the poems in my new book Riders of the Tempest: The Story of We. We also talked about some works by BIPOC poets and songwriters in the wake of the Black Lives Matter Movement as well as writing in the time of COVID-19. The interview is online at Khaya Ronkainen: Life in Verse, Prose & Visuals! Thank you, Khaya, for promoting poetry, thought, connection and human kindness. If you don’t already follow Khaya’s blog, do treat yourself!Copyright protected by Digiprove © 2020 H. Hennenburg
2 thoughts on “A Conversation With Khaya Ronkainen”
It’s gotten me long to visit your blog again. Days are always full with things that have nothing to do with creativity.
But as the year nears to a close and me looking at the things I haven’t managed to do in 2020, I’m extremely grateful that I had chance to have this meaningful and in-depth conversation with you. Talking to fellow creatives inspires me and always brings a fresh perspective on life.
So, my heartily thanks to you for your generosity with time and wisdom.
I am equally grateful for our conversation. It was a bright spot of reflection and meaning in a challenging year. I feel very fortunate to have connected with you. Thank you for reaching out!
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