16 thoughts on “Interview Up at Vita Brevis

  1. Interesting to hear that you haven’t a plan when you sit down to write and that “everything is poetry fuel”. You’ve got a lot of space in which to work, and it takes a lot of skill and experience to handle that much freedom.

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    • Experience has taught me not to attempt to write about everything at once, but to instead β€œgo small,” to concentrate on only a few elements. It took a long time to learn that lesson. πŸ™‚

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  3. Finally catching up after being away – wonderful interview, Bob! And thanks for the thumbs up! Looking forward to reading The Sadness of Old Fences later this year (great title).

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