More From Robert Morgan
- "The idea of avant-garde art is a very suspicious thing to me, the idea that poetry is new and it keeps being new the way Chevrolets every year are new."
- "It was less a literary thing than a linguistic, philosophical preoccupation… discovering how far you can go with language to create immediate, elementary experience."
- "Our most famous writers are Faulkner and Eudora Welty and Flannery O’Connor. It would make sense that the poetry would reflect some of those same values, some of the same techniques."
More In Family
- "Everybody has basically the same family, it’s just reconfigured slightly differently from one to the next."― Doug Coupland
- "As a child my family’s menu consisted of two choices: take it or leave it."― Buddy Hackett
- "We were like a white family from the 1920s or something. My parents had this bizarre, different way of looking at things from the people that surrounded us. I went to an all-Mexican grade school and an all-black high school, and not many people in those places liked the same stuff as me."― Jack White