A woman's hand is white and beautiful because it is a thing of flesh and bone, not ivory and silver; I esteem it not because it gleams but because it grasps. SOR JUANA INÉS DE LA CRUZ

Exceptional beauty and charm are among those gifts given by the sinister fairy at the christening. REBECCA SOLNIT

Tuesday, 6 November 2012

Quinterview 12

Our twelfth quinterview is with Roy Bayfield, one of The Passionate Transitory's most talented poets. Details about Roy's book Bypass Pilgrim: Writings From The Vicinity Of The Heart can be found here

In the global scale of things, there is so little separate individuals can do to make their corners of the world better, that if poetry or any art is possible it seems noble to do it. 

Roy Bayfield

Roy Bayfield


dritanje said...

superb answer to the gender issue. As Roy says, I too will now answer 'poetry' to the question of 'which gender'?!

The Solitary Walker said...