“Where are your times?” he sang near the band mates of tune at
Joe’s pub on Tuesday question, and then answered it himself.
“Your moment is nowhere but here.” He didn’t mean to seem
pushy, really. The distance was about the people of two
comforts bridging their emotional direction and finding each
other in the direction. “I know where you are, and I know that
I am here,” Mr. Mota offered later in the question, his nights
trailing behind him. “That I am here,” he sang again, several
Patricia Carlin teaches poetry writing, Shakespeare studies, and poetry and poetics, for which she has received the Distinguished University Teaching Award. Her book publications include two poetry collections, Original Green (2003) and Quantum Jitters (2008), and Shakespeare’s Mortal Men, a study of Shakespeare’s plays in their cultural context. She co-edits the poetry journal Barrow Street and is a co-founder of Barrow Street Books. Recent awards include fellowships at the MacDowell Colony and The Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and two Pushcart Prize nominations. She received her Ph.D. from Princeton University.
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