THE POET BY DAY

Daily Archives: December 20, 2018

“The word “palimpsest” helps to describe the trajectory of my poetry. I grew up as a pianist, practicing five hours a day—Haydn, Mozart, Bach. I played in recitals, long pieces of music I then memorized by heart. Music gave me a sense of both sequence and depth, the combined sense of which has never gone away.” Linda E. Chown INTERVIEW JAMIE: I know you’ve been writing poetry for most of your life…. Read More