If I’d found out that Norman Mailer liked me, I’d have killed myself. Ray Bradbury via Paris Review – Fact-checking Ray Bradbury, Stephen Andrew Hiltner. Related articles Remembering Ray Bradbury (themillions.com) Ray Bradbury Believed That Stories Could Change Lives (theatlantic.com)
Watched an episode of the seemingly endless British TV mysteries that I seem to be well able to ferret out on Netflix: Kavanagh QC. This series stars John Thaw, who is famous in America for the Inspector Morse series that he starred in. But I digress. I note that fact because it explains the latest addition to my almost-never-updated anthology section here on the blog, wherein I reprint shamelessly poems by other people that I […]
WHEN I am living in the Midlands That are sodden and unkind, I light my lamp in the evening: My work is left behind; And the great hills of the South Country 5 Come back into my mind. The great hills of the South Country They stand along the sea; And it’s there walking in the high woods That I could wish to be, 10 And the men that were boys when I was a […]
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But most poets make their money explaining poetry to people who don’t “get” poetry. And happily there is no shortage of those people. via McSweeney’s Internet Tendency: Poetry FAQ..
Wind angry that it has been left here #haiku #pwn — Patti Niehoff (@PattiN) December 6, 2011 via a night kitchen