Lines Composed in Bath a Few Days After Visiting Tintern Abbey and Also Nottingham, Coleford, Netheravon, and Miscellaneous Places Viewed Accidentally Because We Forgot to Reserve a Car with Sat-Nav and Had No Map. June 22, 2015. Twenty-six years have passed!–two advanced degrees, two…
In theory, in two days, all this year’s schoolwork will be in recycling bins on the curb, I’ll be the parent of a rising high schooler and a rising first-year college student, and we’ll all be flying towards an English city full of ancient…
The relationship between critical and creative practice is: Chalk and cheese, apples and oranges, oil and water: i.e. recipe for a bellyache A tricky but fruitful alternation with, at best, one kind of labor generating ideas and energy for the other [Insert metaphor for…
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