Emily Dickinson’s Singular Scrap Poetry – The New Yorker

On stray bits of salvaged paper, Dickinson conjured a new form of verbal notation.ILLUSTRATION BY TINA BERNING

On letters, envelopes, and chocolate wrappers, the poet wrote lines that transcend the printed page.

Source: Emily Dickinson’s Singular Scrap Poetry – The New Yorker

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