This Month's Featured Blogger
Duriel E. Harris
Each month we invite a different blogger to discuss poetics and craft, influence and trends, and the writing life of a poet.
Recent posts from Duriel
Hello Blogger and American Surrealist,
Your talks are so beautifully handwritten.
I have had yr letter on my desk for months.
My family and school woes had/ have worn me down.
Forgive me. Imagine how proud Joe would be that you are a grandfather! It would have met a poem in Weequahic Park.
You sound like a democratic Pound.
You and I both haunted as in l962.Premature anti-fascists we still are and will be.My hand hurts as if I were still playing the violin. which I do ad lib when I want and need to. Here’s a tip: Beethoven number l09 by Pollini or Gould–and Gould has it on videotape with another genius Menuhimn
Perhaps soon we will have a volume of Joe to throw at the world’s head.
Accept this as a micro-molecular tribute. You seem grown-up and filled with the density of history which is
poetry in a dream., yr old friend David (Shapiro)
Tags: Barack Obama, Communism, Democracy, Jacques Derrida, Kenneth Koch, Kit Kittridge, Michel Deguy, peace on earth, The Torah, Uncle Ez
Posted in Uncategorized on Friday, January 8th, 2010 by Sotère Torregian.
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