When we allow language to behave differently, it reveals different truths, often truths which implicate or complicate us as speakers or agents of language. ––Tracy K. Smith, former Chair of the Lewis Center for the Arts, and winner of the Pulitzer prize.

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One is trying to say everything that can be said for the things that one loves while there’s still time. ––W.S. Merwin ’48, former U.S. Poet Laureate and winner of two Pulitzer prizes.