Tony Trigilio and I had a conversation on his podcast Radio Free Albion right before the fall leg of the tour began last September.
Before a reading at Stockton College in May 2012, Max and I talked with Cynthia Arrieu-King for her radio program, The Last Word. That conversation is now up at The Conversant.
At The Volta's Take Down the Clouds there's a brief Q&A from the fall of 2012, when we were living in Ireland (posted in 2/2013).
After a reading at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in 2010, Kathleen Graber and I had a conversation about photography, technology, fortunetelling, book tours, and fate, recorded by the folks at Blackbird.
I've been interviewed about The Last 4 Things by Jean Valentine in Bookslut, DJ Dolack in Coldfront, and Derrick Mund in SpringGun. (The uncut version of the interview with Derrick is up at his blog.)
Max and I discussed various things (including the last 4) in his movie My Own Eyes, a documentary collage we originally thought might be the "special features" on the The Last 4 Things DVD. (More on that here.)
When I visited Chapman University in October 2009, Andrew Mauzey and I had a long audio conversation. Dan Nester asked me a few questions in his "Getting to know:" series on the Best American Poetry blog. In March 2008, Rich Fisher of KWGS-FM Public Radio Tulsa interviewed Susan Briante, Linda Russo, and me on Studio Tulsa. Jennifer Bartlett and Jeannine Hall Gailey interviewed me about case sensitive, in St. Elizabeth Street and Eclectica, respectively. I was also one of the 133 poets who were asked 10 questions by Lance Phillips for his project Here Comes Everybody.
Over at every other day, I did a series of interviews with poets who, at that time, had just one book out. (My basic question: How has your first book changed your life?) After 5 or 6 of those appeared, people began asking me when I would answer the questions I'd asked. I thought I'd do that when my own first book came out. Then I decided to wait until the series was complete. My self-interview (#104) went up in August '08. You can read it here.
. . .