A poem needs to be orderly enough to hold our attention, to make us feel that we are being guided through the exhibition, and needs to leave room for slippage and surprise, for those productive disruptions that characterize the real.
FRI: My Book World | Jhumpa Lahiri, Whereabouts
TUES: A Writer's Wit | Linda Ellerbee
WEDS: A Writer's Wit | William Kennedy
THURS: A Writer's Wit | Jonathan Franzen