Anselm Hollo: Motes & Pellets (a brief tribute)

          I recently published 18 short-short poems in The Puritan from a manuscript entitled “R Is the Artichoke of Rose.”
          As part of that publication, the editors asked me to write an author’s note discussing those poems for The Town Crier. I chose to pay tribute to Anselm Hollo, especially to his penchant for the ultra-short poem, some of which he called “motes” and “pellets.”
          You can read this tribute here.
TOWN CRIER


Camille Martin

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