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"Writing a poem is like going on a date: you don’t know what’s going to happen beforehand. But you can try to be present, awake, curious about where things are going to lead. You can try to be aware of where the energy is, when it rallies and when it starts to flag. What drives anyone to go on a date? The jackpot." Traci Brimhall, Amy Gerstler, Andrew Hudgins, and Timothy Liu in conversation with Jamie Quatro • Ploughshares

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