You may already be an anarchist. It's true. Nothing is finer, more sublime or creamy. In its long history, when you come up with your own ideas and initiatives and solutions, it should bulge slightly. Not all brie is created equal. Poetry is made by all, not one, and at our cheese counter lies a cheese monger's tip.
from WHOLE FOODS, by Marie Buck
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Barbara Cole received her Ph.D. from the Poetics Program at SUNY—Buffalo in 2006. Since 2000, she has been writing the ongoing project, situ ation come dies, a long poem in five parts. In 2002, a chapbook-length excerpt of the first section was published by Handwritten Press followed by an excerpt from the second section, foxy moron, by /ubu editions in 2004. Most recently, Belladonna published a chapbook excerpt from the middle section, ear say. Earlier chapbooks include little wives (Potes&Poets, 1998) and postcards (BeautifulSwimmer, 1998). In 2005, Cole co-edited (with Lori Emerson) an issue of Open Letter: A Canadian Journal of Writing and Theory on "Kenneth Goldsmith and Conceptual Poetics." Currently, she is co-editing (with Sarah Bay-Cheng) a collection of plays written by modernist poets.