Naoko Fujimoto personally thinks that her editing technique has developed after a collection of graphic poems, so she interviewed poets, writers, and professors to find out how graphic poetry may benefit them and their students’ writing processes. In addition, you may be interested in reading her blogs about "How Graphic Poetry Helps Us Progress the Story Telling Techniques and the Creative Process of Its Own Editing".
Interview Vol. 1
Beth McDermott is the author of a chapbook titled How to Leave a Farmhouse (Porkbelly Press, 2015). Creative and critical work has appeared in journals such as DIAGRAM, Southern Humanities Review, American Book Review, Kenyon Review Online, Tupelo Quarterly, and The Trumpeter. A graduate of the Program for Writers at UIC, she is currently an Assistant Professor of English at the University of St. Francis in Joliet, IL.