Brian Reed opened his excellent essay on “Postmillennial Poetry and Redirected Language” with a discussion of Vanessa Place’s “Miss Scarlett,” and Place is currently broadcasting Gone with the Wind tweet by tweet through her Twitter feed. But Place has also produced yet another version of Gone with the Wind. I discuss her “White Out” of the text in my latest “Iterations” commentary on Jacket2.
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