January 6, 2011 by Reader's Connection
After a post featuring three questions that you never stop asking, I move on to a question you’ve never asked in your life.
In its sometime feature called “The View from Here,” the magazine Poetry asks non-poets to write little essays about what poetry means to them. In the January issue, Daniel Handler, who describes himself as the author of, among other things, “far too many books as Lemony Snicket,” tells of his difficulties in finding time to read verse.
If you’re interested, and one explosion of coarse language won’t bother you,