Tell us about your current releases in the anthology.
Tell us about your future releases.
What books are you reading now?
How We Became Human by Joy Harjo, and Dream Work by Mary Oliver
What music inspires you to write?
I love the Blues and Jazz. Recently it has been Elvin Bishop’s “Raisin’ Hell Revue,” and Big Joe Turner with Michael Bloomfield in “Shake, Rattle, and Blues.”
Anything by Mary Oliver, William Heyen, William Stafford, and many others.
I like mystical spiritual poetry and I keep re-reading A Course In Miracles which I think anyone interested in spiritual ecstasy should read.
Favorite TV shows?
Believe or it or not, I do not own a TV.
Any movie I would list would be old, like Humphrey Bogart, Laurel and Hardy, or Gene Kelly.
At what point in your life did you realize you wanted to be a writer?
Tell us about your writing process.
Is the specificity of punctuation and word choice important?
Do you have anything specific that you want to say to your readers?
More about the poet:
Poetry Review of “Secrets No One Must Talk About” by Zvi A. Sesling, Boston Small Press And Poetry Scene, http://dougholder.blogspot.com/2012/02/secrets-no-one-must-talk-about-poems-by.html (2012).
Article: “Searching and Being Lead”, Seven Circle Press #7, http://www.sevencirclepress.com/perspectivescs7.htm (2012).
Interview with Mary Sayler, The Poetry Editor, http://networkedblogs.com/rxadn (2012)
Interview with Lisa Basile, Caper Journal, http://caperlitjournal.weebly.com/4/category/martin%20willitts/1.html (2010).
Interview with sandy Beintz, http://rarepetal.webs.com/interviews.htm (2006).
Martin reading one his poems:
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