I mean, perhaps, to ask how much sleep you lost as you were uncovering all these disquieting remedies and curses. I think I just want to know how long you were haunted by the ideas before you transformed them into poetry. Rebecca: And I really liked how well the poems worked together, so I stayed in that world—the Swedish sand tarts in a poem near the end called to memory the Swedish sand tarts near the end.
Brian S: I have no idea where my childhood teeth are, though I’m fairly sure I swallowed at least one in my sleep. When you were writing through these remedies, myths, etc, what sort of “feelings” did you have? There is something important about writing through what we see in passing. Many of the poets I most admire have a way of embodying their peculiar obsessions via landscape that can sometimes seem magical.
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