About making love Hemingway said, “It’s always the same but always different.” Poets might say the same about how they write.
Many creatures populate my new book, The Boxer of Quirinal, but today I’m thinking of the singularly impressive albatross.
I’ve been wondering why no one is writing verse drama these days. Writing stage plays in verse is as old as literature itself.
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