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A while back you may recall I responded to Silliman‘s style of asking questions in Chinese Notebook by providing my own answers. Luminita Suse has posted a response to Sunset Debris by Ron Silliman by asking questions of her own about the nature of poetry. Fascinating and fun read.

Continuing the questioning theme, issue 7 of is now up, with with questions about lines of relating and categories of poetry by Jason Camlot and Todd Swift of the The Vehicule Poets and Second Generation Postmodernism, an essay by Ken Norris. It’s a good place to get a grounding or orientation for names, places, times as is the follow-up collective essay on it.

There’s also an interview with Rachel Zucker, a poet whose deliberately fragmentary-feeling work includes the ironically titled, The Last Clear Narrative. She’s asked about her development process, how life fed her poetry.

In other news, no question here: Lorna Dee Cervantes has won the Pushcart for her poem Shelling the Pecans.

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