THE POET BY DAY

On a journey, ill; my dream goes wandering over withered fields. – Japanese poet Bashō (1644-1694) renown for his haiku, haibun and extended haibun, studied haikai no renga with Kigin, a distinguished poet living...

“[Poetry] is the liquid voice that can wear through stone.”  Adrienne Rich, What is Found There: Notebooks on Poetry and Politics Apartment repairs, world affairs, and a plethora of other things...

Imagine nothing, nothing to read, no way to write no way to see your thoughts laid out in gray on white Imagine loneliness, loneliness without solitude no way to clear the...

This no doubt feels like an event for many people. It certainly seems so to me. I already have my pre-orders in. According to the Amazon blurb: The Cambridge Companion to...