POETIC (IM)MORTALITY AND STUDENTS
Hmm. Over at the still fresh-smelling Galatea Resurrects #6, the comment on my favorite COLLECTED POEMS discovery to date, In A Dybbuk's Raincoat by Bert Meyers, may be interesting as regards poetic (im)mortality: click HERE for the referenced Q&A with Barry Schwabsky.
Meanwhile, several of my books -- along with other Filipino authors -- had been donated to the Sonoma State University. These pictures -- thank you, Leny -- are simply lovely. And I'm just so moved to see moi babies -- Reproductions here, ENGLISH there, Punctuations here, Menage A Trois there, et al -- being clasped in those students' eager loving hands. I tell ya with a sniffle: feeds a poet's soul all the time!
Labels: Galatea Resurrects, Happy as a cop with a donut, I Take Thee English For My Beloved, Menage A Trois With the 21st Century, Reproductions of the Empty Flagpole, The Secret Lives of Punctuations