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February 09, 2009

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A helpful interview, Didi and Michelle. Thank you for talking about your Muses and your editing process.

This is a wonderful interview. Thanks for sharing a work in progress Michelle and for showing so much insight into how you work. Thanks a lot.

Thanks for reading!!

I enjoyed this too. And Michelle, I think that poem is working pretty well. In fact I'd say it's almost done!

Great interview, Didi. I agree with Emma Trelles, I like the poem as is, but I also like Didi's suggestions, too, it's making me get ideas, making me want to write something right now...

Well done,Ladies. I find poetry to be bith image and text. poem forms image. image forms poem. like the absurdity of bad sex.

I love how this interview turned into a workshop of sorts. Michelle, thank you for you bravery!

Thanks everyone.

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