Friday, 3 April 2009

The Burger Wrapper Poet

Northern Poetry Review has just posted a great interview with Vancouver poet Elise Partridge.

"Scientists are discovering that varying one's route home from work even by a street or so can provoke the creation of new neural pathways in the brain. Friar Laurence says to Romeo, "The world is broad and wide," and one wants to remember that. It's good not to try to protect oneself too steadily against surprises."

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