Tuesday, July 17, 2012

News at Eleven: What makes it different from chopped-up prose?

On this, as on much else, [Glyn] Maxwell is brisk and forthright: if you're going to write poetry, "line-break is all you've got, and if you don't master line-break--the border between poetry and prose--then you don't know there is a border. And there is a border. (A prose poem is prose done by a poet.)"

from The Guardian: On Poetry by Glyn Maxwell--review


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