“Well the mind is one with the body, and what the body experiences affects how one perceives the world. And doesn’t our poetry express and often even create our world view. The body affecting the poetry; the poetry affecting the body… back and forth, back and forth. Isn’t all experience, after all, felt through the body? Doesn’t all one’s poetry come through the body: the line through the breath, the rhythms through the heart and pulse-beats, the thoughts through the mind and emotions?”
Coming March 1st: Kelli Russell Agodon. Kelli Russell Agodon’s third collection of poems, Hourglass Museum, was a Finalist in the Washington State Book awards and short-listed for the Julie Suk Poetry Prize honoring the best book of poems published by a small press. She also the coauthor of The Daily Poet: Day-By-Day Prompts For Your Writing Practice….