Author Archives: K. Borowicz

Link: Call for Submissions (CLOSED)

I’d like to share a call for submissions to an upcoming literary anthology about bees titled Winged.  Looks like an exciting project, and proceeds will benefit The Xerxes Society and other organizations working to save the honey bee and other … Continue reading

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Notebook Excerpts

I have a growing desire to write in three dimensions, to sculpt text rather than paint it.  To use words as mixed media.  More shadow and space where mystery can rush in.  To manipulate poetry, to construct it (not so … Continue reading

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The Finishing Line

How, as a reader, do you know when a poem is over?  That’s easy – you run out of lines to read.  The question gets tricky, however, when we talk about the poet:  it’s not as easy as saying that … Continue reading

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Energy

A good poem generates energy, or better yet, is energy.  What does this mean?  That there’s action and contrast.  Movement.  Transformation.  To better understand, ponder the opposite:  stasis, inertia.  Passivity and monotony. To make an image or idea dynamic means … Continue reading

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