There have always been poets.
The problem of political scientists.
For the first time in my life, I am publishing a Final Draft of a poem on the Internet, with an invitation to viewers to record, not just their likes or dislikes, but also specific comments on the poem where they think it could be improved. The period for possible changes will continue for a few weeks. Read more »
This world that can only be dominated.
When Foster and Allen agreed.
We take a break from the Coming To Jakarta readings to discuss Peter’s new poetry collection: Tilting Point.
An unintegrated world: the cave of winds.
The personal and the political: the complex world of the poem.
The bucolic in the epic, and Peter’s father, the Odysseus figure.