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I've just posted a recent interview with poet Tom Crawford.
This interview talks about the importance of birds, meditation in poetry, the use of place, accentuating the ordinary and the inspirational hunch that begins a poem.
Interview with Tom Crawford, author of The Names of Birds
Posted at 10:36 AM in Books to Read, Interviews with Writers, Poets in Action | Permalink
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