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Terrance Hayes Delights Us With Talk of Syntax, Sound, Formal Play, New Poems . . .

At Best American Poetry, Terrance Hayes is interviewed by Alan Michael Parker. Instigated by a comment Hayes had made earlier this year about “syntax and sound,” this interview explores that, and more (scraps, shape, play, Howl, rhythm). An excerpt: [Terrance Hayes:] …[M]ost times I’m thinking of rhythm as a kind of pattern. As in the […]
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