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Anxious gatekeeping

Analogous to nervous cluelessness is something we might call “anxious gatekeeping.”   This is desire to police the borders of poetry, or of...

Sunday, March 25, 2012

Rule #6

Rule six is Finitude.

Finitude is the recognition of limits. For the writing to get accomplished, it must be accomplished in a particular time and place. From this principle, many others follow. If writing seems infinite, it will also seem possible. You should know how much work you can get done in a day, and hour, a month, a year.

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