...[E]very poem can be seen as a crime poem. A stolen heart. A broken vow. A shattered reality. Paths are crossed. Conflicts ensue. Emotions recollected afterward. Or every poem might be seen as a criminal act. An act of independence. A rebellion. An assault on some status quo.
Monday, April 11, 2011
The Lineup 4 Blog Tour - Day 11
For the eleventh stop on the So Dark For April blog tour, founding co-editor Richie Narvaez pointedly reflects on the tradition of crime in poetry and how The Lineup continues that tradition: