NaPoWriMo2016: Day 6


I’m reading Written on the Body (it’s great) and on her website the author said this about it.

“All my work is experimental in that it plays with form, refuses a traditional narrative line, and includes the reader as a player. By that I mean that the reader has to work with the book. In the case of Written on the Body, the narrator has no name, is assigned no gender, is age unspecified, and highly unreliable. I wanted to see how much information I could leave out – especially the kind of character information that is routine – and still hold a story together.” – J Winterson

I love this, really.



A heavily re-worked version of my poem that originally appeared here is published in issue 4 of Picaroon Poetry


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