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Sucks to be them

I ought to just call this blog things Corinne says. I was sighing to Corinne about being prolific—feeling guilty because I work on a lot of poems at once, while other, apparently more serious poets work day in day out … Continue reading

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“leaving only desire”

My friend Corinne Duchesne, working on a painting, uses her hands to block off parts of the painting so that she can see what’s needed, what her eye desires. The single best piece of writing advice I’ve ever gotten remains … Continue reading

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