Luiza Flynn-Goodlett is the author of the chapbook Congress of Mud (Finishing Line Press). She received her MFA from The New School and was awarded the Andrea Klein Willison Prize for Poetry upon graduation from Sarah Lawrence College. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in numerous literary journals, including ZYZZYVA, New Ohio Review, The Missouri Review Online, and The Greensboro Review.
Fem: What themes can readers find in your poetry?
Luiza Flynn-Goodlett: Though it’s always changing, I’m generally interested in familial memory, the natural world (and its ongoing destruction), voices in history who have been silenced or gaslit, messages of conformity we receive (particularly as children), death and its attendant mysteries, and the various violences we enact on ourselves and others. Continue reading “Featured Fem | Meet Luiza Flynn-Goodlett”