The Danish Notebook
Memoir. In THE DANISH NOTEBOOK, Michael Palmer sets out to connect the dots -- to discover which images and designs will appear when his reflections (on poetry, on collaboration, on work, on travel) and memories (of chance meetings, of conversations among friends, of books read and movies seen) are set down on paper. The result is part memoir, part correspondence, part travel diary, and part poetic essay. Moving from the streets of Paris and San Francisco to the top of a Hawaiian volcano, it reveals a rare, personal look at one of the most original and influential poets of our time.
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Alphabet Underground astronomer Autobiography 11 Big Dipper Bob Creeley Breton Bridge Selected Poems Brondum cafe Cite and entered Claude Royet-Journoud Claude's first meeting code of signals comet connect the dots Copenhagen dancer Danish notebook Dear Iselin Denmark book dictionary would begin Dominique edited entry for Leap Fault flowers folds Garden of Effort Hotel Henri Irving's studio Jens Birkemose Jens's wife Keith Waldrop's lava fields Leap Year Day leave letter from Claude Lion Bridge Selected listening Margaret Jenkins marigolds Mauna Loa meeting with Jens Michael Palmer Nadja's birthday night o o o o A letter o o o o Today o o o o Waimea observatories omelette Paris Place Dauphine poetry Pont Neuf remember Robert Duncan Sainte Genevieve San Francisco sight of Mauna solar wind STANFORD UNIVERSITY story of Claude's street summit sun's Tasseography tell Ursa Major Ursa Minor walk window woman wonder wooden house words write