In her poem, “Lipchitz,” Gertrude Stein wrote: “When I know him I look at him for / him and I look at him for him and I look at / him for him when I know him. / I like you very much.” - Huge thanks to *Queen Mob's Teahouse* and Reb Livingston.
Monday, February 9, 2009
The Best American Poetry (I'm interviewed!)
...Is food one of your muses?
Food is a recent muse because I have been honing my skills in the kitchen. To me, there is something poetic about the preparation of food and the heat involved ...
Read more here: http://thebestamericanpoetry.typepad.com/the_best_american_poetry/2009/02/a-chat-with-michelle-mcewen.html
Posted by Michelle "Mim" McEwen