In May, I found out about an unfailingly pleasant bookstore in Wallingford which stocks only poetry. It’s called Open Books. If you live in Seattle and have the time and money to read books of poetry, you should pay Open Books a visit.
I bought some translated poetry: a Nichita Stănescu collection and a Kim
quotes from them onto the bottom of my website, at random.1 I eventually
added more quotes from other things I’ve read or remembered. I regret bringing
<noscript>). If you are interested in finding the source of a given quote,
look no further than the source that gave you the quote, which is to say: I put
some helpful comments in
That all happened back in mid-May. Yesterday (the 21st of July) I took this
site-editing impulse to its obvious and natural conclusion by ripping out all
the CSS on my site and adding back in just enough styling to make it readable
on my phone and my laptop. This only took 16 lines of styling, surprisingly,
and it looks fine in
How is this the “obvious and natural conclusion” to my earlier additions? I don’t know. It seems obvious, and natural. I don’t make2 the rules.