Rupert Fike’s second collection of poems, Hello the House, was named one of the Books All Georgians Should Read in 2018 by the Georgia Center for the Book. His poems have been published in Kestrel, The Sun, The Southern Poetry Review, The Flannery O’Connor Review, the Buddhist Poetry Review, and others. His non-fiction, Voices from The Farm, chronicles the ten years he and his wife, Kathy, spent on The Farm, a large spiritual commune in Tennessee. They now live in Clarkston where he is active in the refugee resettlement community.
Backstory of the Poem “Near the End of the Famous Czech Novel”: an interview with Rupert Fike