interview series – Serge ♆ Neptune

When / why did you start writing poetry? – answers in adjectives

televised charmed heart-broken promiscuous 25-ish

How do you write a poem? – answer in five verbs.

Suffer / write / edit / suffer-some-more / edit-some-more

What is your definition of what experimental poetry is?

A nest of haron eggs somewhere in Norwich

Have you done many interviews before? Do you find them repetitive? Repetitive? Repetitive?

Ceci n’est pas un interview

Ceci n’est pas un interview

Ceci n’est pas un interview

Ceci n’est pas un interview

Ceci n’est pas un interview

What’s a favorite snack you like when poet-ing?

What are you kinda obsessed by?

Merpeople, witchcraft, Baba Yaga and the fact she will eat us all. 

Do you tell your social circle about your poet-ing?

They often hold it against me.

How do you rebel?

I put my rebel on.

Tell me a literary / science fact or joke, please.

Pluto is no more a planet and it makes me sad 😦

What’s your fav colour, poet, snack. (this is your pen name!)

Blue Sylvia Plath cocoBio:

Serge Neptune has been called ‘the little merman of British poetry’. His first pamphlet is These Queer Merboys, published with Broken Sleep. His work has appeared in Magma, Fourteen Poems, Finished Creatures, Lighthouse, Banshee, Brittle Star and elsewhere.

twitter/insta: @mermanpoet Serge Neptune – These Queer Merboys | Broken Sleep Books

Serge ♆ Neptune
New pamphlet ‘These Queer Merboys’ out now with Broken Sleep Books.Twitter: @mermanpoet

Published by Michelle Moloney King

Bookish and paintish! Mother, wife, teacher, and follower of flow.

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