Golblin Reservation Interviews FDU MFA Alum Eric Paul

Golblin Reservation Interviews FDU MFA Alum Eric Paul

Posted by Gracelyn Weaver in Alumni Profiles, publications, Worth Reading

Among other questions about life, literature, and love, Golblin Reservation asks Eric Paul, “How has being a father changed anything for you?” Paul responds:

So far, the biggest change is in my ability to experience emotions unlike I ever have before. It is difficult to explain, it is almost as if somebody built an addition onto my heart, a second floor full of rooms available for filling with more emotions.

Read more of this interview — and poetry by Eric Paul, too — at Goblin Reservation.
Eric Paul is a writer and musician from Providence, Rhode Island. Recently out, A Popular Place To Explode (Heartworm Press, 2015) is Eric’s second full-length collection. He has been the lyricist and vocalist for the bands Arab On Radar and The Chinese Stars as well as his current band, Doomsday Student. In 2009 a collection of Eric’s lyrics and poetry was released by Heartworm Press titled I Offered Myself As The Sea. Since then, he has released two chapbooks: Love In The Monkey Cage and My Parents Were Insects, and two spoken word releases: I Sleep With Their Bones (Bathetic Records) + The Man Who Can’t Say No (Heartworm Press). Eric’s work has also appeared in the magazines: New York Observer, Impose, Ninth Letter, Word Riot, Lunch Ticket, Spork, Booth, and The Literary Review.

05 Oct 2015 no comments