Fall 2009 / Issues / Poetry 2009 / Volume 40

How to Approach Visual Poetry — Linda Back McKay

Somebody hunkers in front of a fireplace. Somebody else is knitting a sweater. Nobody is listening. Not to the sheep bells, not to the blaring angle of geese. Not even to the fire’s crick and crackle. Certainly not to each other. In the book somebody is reading, the letters line up on the page until … Continue reading