Wednesday, 14 November 2012


"I do a lot of walking. Walking gets me away from my theories and fixed ways of thinking, because as my feet wander, my thoughts wander, too. Most of my poems begin as words or phrases that come to me when I’m walking, so my physical environment always seeps into my poetry: a firetruck here, a weathervane there."

James Arthur talks about how his surroundings influence his poetry.

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