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> “… for a long time I believed clear, sparse, concise prose to be the only valuable literary endeavour.” S.M. Fowles http://natpo.st/q2MB8U
> “I have mocked poetry in secret, decided it was an opaque and deliberate effort for writers to flex inaccessibly for a small audience.” SMF
> “Poetry looked like puzzles designed to exclude the unworthy.” Stacey May Fowles http://natpo.st/q2MB8U cc @poetryisdead
> David Suzuki and Thich Nhat Hanh on getting past despair: video excerpt [5:16] added to post http://wp.me/p10l7q-nG #eco #climatechange #zen
> Richard Ingrams: “As for the readers, … they should be ignored … [They] don’t know what they want until they get it.” http://ind.pn/pbwMzv
> Claud Cockburn: “An editor … should be thinking about perfecting and producing what he wants and then making the public want it too.” ibid.
> Private Eye cofounder Richard Ingrams – http://j.mp/n8wuZa (wiki) – writes maybe his last column for The Independent http://ind.pn/pbwMzv