You’re alone in a room you have nothing for (and by) Vito Acconci When I started out as a poet didn’t want abstraction abstraction used by religion politics didn’t want any of that. The worst thing art and architecture do is abstraction I still think people should find things out themselves. Then the poems began. Cognition So that you, … [Read more...]
About Alexis Quinlan
Alexis Quinlan is a poet and educator in New York City. Her work has appeared in two chapbooks, in magazines including the Paris Review, and all around the web. Follow the writing at abchaospoesis.blogspot.com.