Tag: experimental writing
Poem: “Sun stop 8:54”
“When appearing and disappearing disappear, then this stillness is bliss.” – Mahaparinirvana-sutra At that. At now. At then. Standing still. This inclination. Time. To. Clouds hover on the horizon. A man slides low past sunflowers. It is too hot to sweat. Heat sinks. We stand. Standing . Still. Standing in…
The (not so) secret life of poets
A childhood friend of mine, who is in the process of writing a novel and is blogging about it, asked me to write a post about how I was able to get my poetry published. That’s a pretty interesting story, in and of itself. In early spring of 1999, I went to a party at my friend…
Which writers have changed your life?
My husband gave me a Kindle for Christmas, and recently I gave some thought as to what kind of books I’d want to read on the device. I realized there were certain types of books – and writers – I would still want to read in print form, because it was easier for me to…