The Fogged Clarity Interview
In a penetrating conversation, the poet sits down with Ben to discuss art, sexuality, AIDS, death, and the new collection he co-edited with Phillip Clark, Persistent Voices: An Anthology of Poets Lost to AIDS.
David Groff is a poet living in New York. His 2001 collection, Theory of Devolution, was a National Poetry Series selection, and he was co-editor of the 2009 collection, Persistent Voices: An Anthology of Poets Lost to AIDS. Groff’s work has been published in The Iowa Review, The Missouri Review, New York, Poetry, American Poetry Review, Chicago Review and North American Review, among others.