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We Could Do Better, You and I: Ecology, Design and Poetry: Reading Betsy Andrews’ The Bottom

  Click here to view my interview with Betsy Andrews. When I first began reading Betsy Andrews’ book-length poem, The Bottom, I was reminded of an incident that occurred nearly two years ago now. In October of 2012, an article appeared on Slate.com regarding a large, startlingly-blue eye that had washed up on a Florida… Read More We Could Do Better, You and I: Ecology, Design and Poetry: Reading Betsy Andrews’ The Bottom

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Reading Betsy Andrews

  to sound like itself is what water wants, to look like itself, to feel wet walloped by cinderblock, spars and bottles, the wanting-locked water lay down the wanting-locked water stank without lustre, it stank without lustre and we cut it with knives, we cut it with scissors, the wanting-locked water, we cut it with… Read More Reading Betsy Andrews

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