On Penny Harter’s Recycling Starlight

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  1. Pris
    Pris October 20, 2011 at 8:42 pm .

    I have the book and was bowled over by its beauty and love. I would recommend Penny's book to anyone.

  2. Joseph Hutchison
    Joseph Hutchison December 3, 2010 at 1:16 am .

    Yes, Vassilis—rub it in! Bill H. could get into Madrona but I could not. But then his frog routinely jumped farther than mine….<br /><br />And Chris, I&#39;m glad you&#39;re picking up Penny&#39;s book. You won&#39;t be disappointed, I think. I admit to having a bit of a weakness for Gallagher&#39;s poems, though they make me wince fairly often. How far is too far and how do we tell? It&#39;s

  3. Chris Lott
    Chris Lott December 2, 2010 at 9:00 pm .

    I can&#39;t agree with you on all of Gallagher&#39;s poetry about Carver– seems to me that the flaws in those poems are simply an extension of oft-found flaws in her poetry in general– but I do appreciate that you&#39;ve introduced me to a new poet and a book I will soon have in my (physical) hands…

  4. vazambam
    vazambam December 1, 2010 at 8:43 am .

    Wonderful, Joe; besides introducing me to Harter&#39;s poetry, you also sent me back to the early 70s–<i>Madrona&#39;s</i> Invitational Issue–and Higginson&#39;s one-word poem &quot;homage to basho&quot; which I scanned with the intent of including it here but was unable to, owing to my pathetic computer skills. <br /><br />Incidentally, the word is &quot;leaps&quot;, arranged typographically

  5. Anonymous
    Anonymous November 30, 2010 at 5:47 pm .

    I just got a paper copy of Fahrenheit 451<br /><br />the book cost me $0.01<br />the postage $$4.99<br /><br />now<br />off to my Virtual Mountain Retreat <br />to<br />read a REAL book…<br />remember those?<br /><br />I am thinking that all of this<br />computer &quot;stuff&quot;<br /><br />(especially the Death-Rays coming through the monitor and the Box that gets everything .. what&#39;s it

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