Photassium Presents an Interview with one of the Empty Room Poets – Mark Jenkins on poetry and the brand new ERP Project coming out in May 2013!
January 25, 2013
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When creating anything, we utilize our foundation. This foundation consists of experiences, knowledge, beliefs, and other facets (aka all of our personal baggage). When I’m writing poetry, the aforementioned statement rings true. I have written an article that … Continue reading
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