Ramsey Nasr, just back from the World Literature Weekend in London, is interviewed on The Forum programme of BBC World Service.
photo © keke keukeklaar
The Dutch Palestinian Poet Laureate of the Netherlands suggests that poetry exists in the space between the world as it is and as we see it, and there is a major distinction between sight and really seeing.
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