A poet is someone who stands outside in the rain hoping to be struck by lightning.
Quote by James Dickey
There ain't nothin' to dyin', really. You just get tired. You kind of drift away.
I want you to hear a new version of Dueling Banjos. Anyone else is welcome.
He can't imagine the result of the mission because he never saw it.
To have guilt you've got to earn guilt, but sometimes when you earn it, you...
The true feeling of sex is that of a deep intimacy, but above all of...
She was the Judy Garland of American poetry.
You are bound, my hunch is, to make it just fine.
A poet is someone who stands outside in the rain hoping to be struck by...
The New York Quarterly is an amazing, intelligent, crazy, creative, strange, and indispensable magazine.
To be precise and reckless: that is the consummation devoutly to be wished.
I think Ginsberg has done more harm to the craft that I honor and live...
Detachment produces a peculiar state of mind. Maybe that's the worst sentence of all, to...
I want you all to stand; will you do that for me, please?
So much destruction in modern war takes place miles and miles away from the source...
To say that its wrong to feel this way is not the point; you do...
I want a fever, in poetry: a fever, and tranquillity.
William Packard surely must be one of the great editors of our time.