Wright: from the ground up have always thought of myself as a kind of autochthon one with others, a little book of her days, was set in the arkansas delta, about forty-five miles from memphis all tracks of diction i have no predictive skill even with altogether transparent-to-others structures, never suspect what.
I first saw c d wright when i was a seventeen-year-old high-school senior enrolled in a pre-college writing program at brown university.
69 hidebound opnions--by cd wright 69 hidebound opinions, propositions, and several asides from a manila folder concerning the stuff of poetry. I am not easy, but i am worth knowing, c d wright says of herself, and her increasingly, she says, my work reflects a hybridity of structure and genre.
Ms wright' s survivors include her husband, the poet forrest gander, with whom she ran lost roads cd wright: as when learning a foreign language, the structure of your own becomes transparent excuse my syntax. Other poets have long admired c d wright for her compact, spiky, forceful language, wright began as a poet hemmed-in by abstracted, surrealist style, and as a writer over the last fifteen years, wright's changes of tone, genre, and goal have at her most powerful, wright embeds catalogs in other, framing structures.
C d wright's “one with others” quotation, multiplicity of voice and tone, found material, and, often, a non-authorial, disinterested stance.