Tag Archives: Kim Addonizio

Kim Addonizio on fear of failure

 
   
“Fear of failure is the biggest thing that blocks creativity. It makes you give up too soon on a project, or on a writing life.”
  
– Kim Addonizio, about creativity interview, 2007
  
  
” … How many days
are left of my life, how much does it matter if I manage to say
one true thing about it –”
  
– Kim Addonizio, ‘The Numbers’
Tell Me (BOA Editions, 2000)

Sweet and savoury poetry

 
Thirteen Ways with Figs‘ is included in a list of poem links on foodie blog, Hugging the Coast: A Daily Updated Celebration of Coastal Food.  If you’re into sweet and savoury poetry, you’ll find nourishing lines here by Charles Simic, Joy Harjo, Myesha Jenkins, Miroslav Holub, Kim Addonizio, Lucille Clifton, Margaret Atwood, Ted Kooser, Howard Nemerov, C D Wright, Cesare Pavese and Carol Muske-Dukes, among others.