This Month's Featured Blogger
For National Poetry Month, Dawn Lundy Martin, Daniel Borzutzky, Stephanie Young, and Brandon Shimoda will be guest-editing the blog. Visit us each day for a new featured blogger selected by the editors.
Oh, I’m glad I clicked on the comment prompt, so that now I see your tag reads: “Christine, poetry…” Mine sort of does too, if I had one! I can’t listen to your post because my son is sleeping; he’s in that in-between place where we’re all completely done for if he wakes up again. But the title of your post produced a progressed or emptied out image of a human face, and I liked that, next to the word for “animals.” In the morning, I will listen properly. Can we ask you questions, and then you answer them in your post, and maybe Travis, if he was reading this, could ask you? You are a French surrealist. I feel as if there are so many things we could ask you. I want to ask you, for example, to describe a sculpture you visited many times.
Tags: Christine, Poetry, Washing Machines
Posted in Uncategorized on Wednesday, January 13th, 2010 by Sotère Torregian.
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