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Re: Kat's 2013 NaPoMo


Hey Chris,

One thing about Jules work is that it is always very layered and very rich. I haven't felt much like critiquing lately, but I've discovered that "working" with someone's poem in that way allows me to get a deeper feel for the poem and to appreciate it from the inside out. Patchwriting someone else's work is less active than critiquing but more active than just plain reading. Or so I tell myself. lol
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hi kat,

Just before I read your response here, I saw this video of Mei-mei Berssenbrugge (especially the interview after the reading) in which she describes her method/process. It's only about 7 minutes long and I think you'll like it a lot--the synchronicity of my having viewed it, then read your post:

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Hey Chris,

Thanks for the link and the introduction to Mei-Mei B. I like the method she follows of collaging from different types of work. I think that can lead to interesting outcomes with the potential for both greater tension and greater synergy within a piece.

I've been thinking about Andrew Slattery. It seems to me his patchwriting work would lend itself very well to online publication in which he doesn't merely mention the poems he's taken lines from but actually links to them.
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