Email me at jmayhew at ku dot edu
"The very existence of poetry should make us laugh. What is it all about? What is it for?"
“El subtítulo ‘Modelo para armar’ podría llevar a creer que las
diferentes partes del relato, separadas por blancos, se proponen como piezas permutables.”
Why do you think it's amazing? I thought it was mostly kind of awful, with some notable exceptions. Just curious... of course I'm not anti-Bernadette... but this book really didn't work for me...Where did I see somewhere that someone had listed this book under the title "Indigo Bunting"? Or is there some kind of companion volume I don't know about?
I guess I was in a mood to be amazed by it. I liked the epigrams and the "poetry turned into prose" at the end resonated with me. As a stimulus to my own writing Bernadette usually works for me. And it seemed amazing in contrast with all the other books in the Border's poetry section yesterday. Granted I haven't read the whole thing and fully expect it to be uneven.
I am writing a book called The Scarlet Teenager.Look for it at a Borders near you.
Yes, _Indigo Bunting_ is a separate book, a shorter book with small pages published by Zasterle Press. If you like one of the books you will like the other, which I do.
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