I am also very interested in the writings of Michel Foucault—I don’t think he is crazy at all, and I think his ideas really fit the way things are from a social perspective.
Posts Tagged: Noelle Kocot
Noelle Kocot’s The Bigger World was the Rumpus Poetry Book Club’s selection for the month of February. You can read Gabrielle Calvocoressi’s essay on why she chose the book here and you can read the Poetry Book Club’s chat with Kocot here....more
The horror of watching the self separate from the self—the schism of self-awareness—it’s almost vertigo-inducing. Kocot’s gift as a poet is being able to explain such complexity with such uncompromised frankness....more
“Do any human beings ever realize life while they live it—every, every minute?”
— Emily Webb
Thornton Wilder’s Our Town