Welcome to the website of Aaron Kreuter, writer, graduate student, and canoe paddler.
Category Archives: Uncategorized
Paul Auster on coincidence in fiction ( From “Interview with Larry McCaffery and Sinda Gregory,” The Art of Hunger, pages 287-288): “From an aesthetic point of view, the introduction of chance elements in fiction probably creates as many problems as it solves. … Continue reading
My poem “Paddling the Nickel Tailings Near Sudbury” was recently on Split This Rock‘s weekly poetry blog. You can read it here. Also, five poems of mine–that were featured at last year’s PULP Paper Art Party–were included in the digital … Continue reading
By all metrics, it was a terrible summer. War, environmental disasters, political hypocrisy, weaponized hatreds. In my own circumscribed world, however, there were some small successes, a few surprises, and a book deal. So, in no way taking away from … Continue reading
You are stopped on an island of rock and pine and blueberry, the gear piled under the blue tarp, the canoe flipped, waiting in a steady rain for the storm you can see grey and hard over the lake, the … Continue reading