Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Great Regulars: Tom Sexton divides his time

between Alaska and Maine, spending half of every year in Eastport. His poem describes the movement of a porcupine through the twists, turns and surprises of a single sentence. Sexton writes, "I hope my short lines move as slowly as the porcupine does."


from Wesley McNair: The Portland Press Herald: Take Heart: A Conversation in Poetry


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