The Advice That Anne Sexton Said She Would Give To A Young Poet - Poem by Monty Gilmer
(A found poem from 'The Art of Poetry XV, ' an interview with
Anne Sexton, in THE PARIS REVIEW, Summer 1971)
'Be careful who your
critics are. Be specific.
Tell almost the whole
story. Put your ear close down
to your soul and listen hard.'
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