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Some Thoughts on Reading , by Carl Phillips In this essay, Carl Phillips discusses the private act of reading, how reading may inform aesthetics, and how a trip to a library affected his perspective on his own sexuality. Bella Donna A salutary tale about the dangers of sharing an umbrella Also, most likely, without the gloomy stuff that comes along with having a corpse in the room. His experiences as a small-town funeral director in Michigan fuel books that circle around the theme of mortality, such as The Undertaking: Vagina, penis Connected, literally Now make me coffee.
Jacobs "Two Trains" p. Say the work is too trendy, obscure, or anachronistic and the poet will simply regard you as an idiot. I love the way Wu Tsao subverts jade and sees it present in the body of the woman she wants. I wonder how and if that may come from my mother—who always had a man, who was lonely when she was single, who is at the same time power and aggression and loneliness and weakness. And the talks over breakfast involved no sun. John Donne is tough to beat, but then, everyone has different tastes.