Interesting op-ed piece in NY Times today about the value of fiction as opposed to (current favorite) memoirs.
I've tried doing that prose stuff, now & then. Started out writing short stories, in 8th grade or so. My first story was a satire on my school, The Blake School (which nomad Maria Damon visited recently). It featured a naive young knight named Miles Blakesley.
But I seem pretty addicted to poetry. It's the mumbling, I guess. Trouble is I'm scattered, numb from work, oldified, uninspired. Cain't make it cohere nohow, lately.
But I ain't given up, not just yet. Them Goulds is a stubborn bunch of mule-headed form farmers.