Contact Denver Butson
Denver, I miss the archive.
Give it back.
Or send me a book with it all printed in, perhaps handwritten.
Or perhaps, no.
But you almost ought to, I read those poems really often.
really really often. I even got one particular favorit but I won’t tell you which one. But it spoke a lot about the usa. And I have never been to the usa. And for about an hour ago, I cut a part of my hair of. About 5cm, de facto. And it’s not because of the archive or some other odd reason. I did it because it surley would be a bad idea. But it wasn’t. So about that handwritten book again..
Thanks for writing. The archive is coming back soon. I’ve been in the process of re-doing my website and it will all be back . . . like your hair most likely.
Hi. My name is Paige and I am a senior right now in Advanced Placement Literature. This past semester we came across some of your work and I thought it was interesting. Once we were assigned a research paper this semester, I picked you as my poet. I have to incorporate at least three poems and a few papers written about your work. I am having a tough time finding a lot of vaulable research, so I was wondering if it was possible to ask you a few questions myself.
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I’d just like to echo the sentiment about getting your archive back up: it has been missed.
Looking forward to it.
Seriously, where else am I going to find scarecrow poetry? I need my fix.
I’m trying to get more stuff up here, Todd, but have been busy with writing new poems and editing new manuscripts . . . soon, I hope.
Thanks, Todd. I’m working on it.
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