Diane Di Prima’s Visionary Poesis

Dale Smith on Diane Di Prima, in the LA Review of Books:

The subjectivity at stake is fluid, improvised, and accessed through an effort to achieve self-perfection. “What we tend so eagerly to forget is that poesis, especially visionary poesis, is a religious path, sought and chosen,” [Di Prima] writes.

Read the full here.

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