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Kevin Carey Interviewed in The Brooklyn Rail

“There is no doubt poetry is cathartic especially when it comes to dealing with loss or with regret or with aging. Thinking about a poem, writing a poem, can be a kind of self-examination, I think, a way to make … Continue reading

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Kevin Carey featured in The Writer’s Almanac

Hear Garrison Keillor read Kevin Carey’s poem, “Reading to My Kids,” from Jesus Was a Homeboy

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Nin Andrews Interviews Kevin Carey

NIN ANDREWS I loved your first book, and now I love this one even more (Jesus Was My Homeboy). It’s so accessible, so immediate, for lack of a better term. In your poems, you capture beautifully the midlife angst of … Continue reading

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