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Collaborators’ Q&A:  Do you have a favorite, generative prompt to inspire bold work?
Poet Dargie Anderson: Just driving around America looking out the window. Gas stations and mini-malls as much as anything more pristine or monumental. Artist Kate Baird: I like limits involving numbers: I’ll mix x number of colors before starting to paint or make x number of tiny drawings today or spend x number of hours on this one drawing…

Poet Dargie Anderson’s writing has appeared in Lily Poetry Review, Split Lip Review, Boston Review, and Michigan Quarterly Review, among other publications. She currently operates a solo law practice and explores the front- and backcountry of eastern Idaho with her husband and kids. Kate Baird is a visual artist and educator living in Springfield, Missouri with her family and a retired greyhound.  She and her husband are currently in the process of rehabbing a 100-year-old school building into studio and workshop spaces for artists.

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