WYPR (BALTIMORE’S NPR STATION)
The Signal’s Aaron Henkin interviews Barrett Rudich, whose documentary film, ‘A Place of Truth,’ tells the story of a young woman who makes her living as a poet.
The premier edition of Coachella Magazine features an article by publisher Jorge Perezchica based on conversations with director Barrett Rudich during the 2014 American Documentary Film Festival in Palm Springs, California.
CINE PREMIERE/GABY MEZA
Gaby Meza interviews Abi Mott and director Barrett Rudich at the 2014 Monterey International Film Festival.
THE BALTIMORE SUN
In this article by Baltimore Sun reporter Alexa Cottman-Robinson, we learn how Director Barrett Rudich discovered a subculture of street poetry.”
LANCASTER NEW ERA
Entertainment Editor Jane Holahan writes about Abi Mott and the making of “A Place of Truth,” a film that chronicles Abi’s life as a busking, typewriter poet.
Abi finds a spot to set up her typewriter in New York’s East Village
Poet Lynn Gentry has some notion of why people come to San Francisco.
Abi’s friend comments on the role of travel in Abi’s life and work.
Abi’s poetry customer Drew Nungesser reads a poem entitled “The Last Rain.”