A micro-anthology of prose poems
Highlights and interstices, Jack Gilbert, 'Our lives happen between the memorable.'
In Love With Raymond Chandler, Margaret Atwood, 'We would enter the room, lock the door, and begin to explore the furniture.'
Bath, Amy Lowell, 'The day is fresh-washed and fair, and there is a smell of tulips and narcissus in the air.'
The Pleasures of the Door, Franics Ponge, 'Kings do not touch doors.'
Children are the orgasm of the world, Hera Lindsay Bird, 'This morning on the bus there was this woman carrying a bag with inspirational sayings and positive affirmations all over it which I was reading because I’m a fan of inspirational sayings and positive affirmations.' (An interview with Hera Lindsay Bird.)