Did you know that Kate Schapira is talking with us about the changing world?
Did you know that Kate Schapira is thinking about sentences? In the Ottawa Poetry Newsletter, she writes:
At home, I try to make some words do what I want. Then I try to let the words do what they want. Both feel strange, maybe because only one of us can “want” anything. But words do demonstrably have both their own meanings—resonances, echoes, histories, possibilities and waveforms proper to each—and the meanings they generate in their interactions with each other, the buzzing and yearning set up as their forms overlap, pushing and pulling on one another.
Where does a sentence lead?
Did you know that you can still get a copy of Kate Schapira’s fabulous book THE SOFT PLACE for $15 via our Kickstarter campaign? Just choose the first $15 reward, “Receive one copy of any full-length book in our current catalog.”