Posts Tagged ‘ form ’

Reading Susan Sontag in Paris | Literary Hub

She writes in “Against Interpretation,” “Conversely, it is the habit of approaching works of art in order to interpret them that sustains this fancy that there really is such a thing as the content of a work of art.”

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Summer Showers | Bending moments

summer showers

a trail of paw prints

to the curled form

 

– madhuri

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Upending What We Understand So as to Get to Wonder: ‘Erratic Facts’ by Kay Ryan – ZYZZYVA

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“The things we know / cannot be applied,” begins a poem in Kay Ryan’s new poetry collection, Erratic Facts (Grove Press, 64 pages), the first release since

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What It Takes To Be Violent: An Appreciation of Marie Darrieussecq’s Pig Tales | Full Stop

What It Takes To Be Violent: An Appreciation of Marie Darrieussecq’s Pig Tales | Full Stop.

Grieving in the Time of Lulz | Full Stop

Edward Hopper “Summer Interior”

Grieving in the Time of Lulz | Full Stop.

A Longhouse Birdhouse: PETER HANDKE ~

 

Quite often Handke’s narratives feature a writer character (often exhibiting clear similarities to Peter Handke) whose presence metafictionally reminds us that writing shapes and transforms experience in order to clarify it, even if that means leaving its literal depiction behind. Handke’s work manifests a remarkable freedom of approach, ignoring most formal and narrative conventions, while at the same time always seeming carefully composed.
– Daniel Green

A Longhouse Birdhouse: PETER HANDKE ~.

A BASIC REVIEW OF THE HOKKU FORM IN ENGLISH / HOKKU