Virginia Woolf

To write one needs money and a room of one’s own, it is said, but I say one needs access to self, a clean and well lit space (or an otherwise adequately comfortable one), and peace of mind. Without these things no methodologies apply — even those which do otherwise, like Archambeau’s.

Today’s reading indicates that while many modernist and avant-garde poets attempt to fix a scene through vision, Vallejo grounds his work in sound (and emphasizes the other senses as well) … and that poetry is dialogic.




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