Untitled Send a god symbol through our daisy-chained heads— fix the fireflies in our throats, drown receivers for impending dreams, stammering the dulcimer, name me kin, gentle conquest of meat, torrents of […]
I’m late to the Mary Oliver party, I realize. Her first book of poems came out in 1963. By 1984, she was getting love from the Pulitzer committee. In 1992, the National […]
“I think women rule the world and that no man has ever done anything that a woman either hasn’t allowed him to do or encouraged him to do.” Who said it?
“You will never be alone with a poet in your pocket,” John Adams wrote to his son, John Quincy, in May of 1781. Today, nearly 230 years later, plenty of people are […]
“Working for a major studio can be like trying to have sex with a porcupine. It’s one prick against thousands.” Who said it?