Interview with Ruth Danon
The talented poet Ruth Danon speaks with Natania Rosenfeld about personal illness, home, and the limits we encounter in our selves and our culture, among other topics at work in her new book, Limitless Tiny Boat:
I want to engage the reader in constructing the meaning and experience of the poem: the reader completes it. As a poet, I’m not interested in telling people stuff, what happened last Tuesday, how to solve their problems. I’m interested in uncertainty, not knowing, liminal spaces, and the limits of language. Also in the relationship between abstract and concrete.
Read the full interview here, on Isthmus online.
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