This week, to celebrate National Poetry Month, G.C. Waldrep and John Gallaher will be releasing one post a day discussing their collaborative effort in Your Father on the Train of Ghosts. Just like their poetry collection came to life through an email exchange, so does this discussion, which artfully discusses the question, "Can reading and writing be public/collective/collaborative acts?" The "fantasy" of originality and the "Romantic I" is also contended, after which Gallaher leaves us with the statement that "all writing is collaborative. One collaborates with the world. The whole article can be read here.
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