Sometimes your art will live in a safe and insular world and sometimes that world will have to open up and acknowledge the outside world too.
This past week has been grief filled. I have often written, in essay or poem, of the unwelcome privilege I have been afforded by the very authority that took the life of a good man, a neighbor. A man who shopped at the same grocery store as me and sat in the same traffic and clipped the same coupons.
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