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Tag Archives: poetry
I’ve been writing about poetry a lot lately. Well, really I’ve been writing about how I think about designing through poetry, but in a lot of ways that is much the same thing. I suppose it involves a high degree … Continue reading
The other day, just as we were leaving one of our favorite local coffee shops, Bee stopped in the rain and just stood there looking up. As every parent can attest to, the first thought that went through our minds … Continue reading
I remember first running into the poetry of Alan Ginsberg back in high school (that’s when every geeky young punk rocker does that, right?). It was a revelation of it’s own kind, I was enthralled by the long almost endless … Continue reading
I’ve been thinking about poetry a lot recently; after decades of making highly literal 9and at times didactic) work, I’ve been seeing my practice shift more and more into the land of metaphor. While a lot of fabric and quilting … Continue reading