For every writer, there is the infrequent, yet pure joy of creativity, when expression literally comes through you and onto a page. Rare, it is, indeed, and when it happens, so exquisite. Well, there is a new joy, and it’s profound. That of one’s work being translated into another poet’s own work, alchemical, organic, and transformative. Like a trance in motion. Please read this exquisite review of Addicts & Basements by Mark Kerstetter at his blog, The Mockingbird Sings. Thanks a million, Mark:
For National Poetry Month, on April 9th, I read “untitled” by Marilyn Hacker from this poetry collection, all sonnets:
And here is the poem: ▶ Robert Vaughan reads “Untitled” by Marilyn Hacker – YouTube
Also, on April 10th (today) I read “Lullaby” by W.H. Auden:
Tonight I will be on Bud Smith’s Unknown Show on Blog Talk Radio, and other guests include Michael Dickes, Janice Lee and Cort Bledsoe. Call in:
Also, check out the Wednesday Roundup recap at Entropy: Wednesday Entropy Roundup | ENTROPY
And if that’s not enough links, then I don’t know what to say. Have fun, be safe.