Welcome to the stanza, a little room for poetry and the writing life.
For general information, CV and bio, publications, events, etc., please visit my website: www.mollyspencer.com.
As for the name, the stanza: In literature a stanza is a series of lines that comprise one unit of a poem. I like to think of each stanza as a kind of poem in and of itself. The word stanza comes from the Italian for “room” (hence the subtitle), which was derived from the Latin stantia, meaning ‘to stay.’ So, a stanza is a little room to step into, to look around in, to stay for a moment before moving on to the next place. I hope you will do just that: come by and visit, see what’s here, join the conversation if you’re so inclined, and take what you like for the next little room of your day, week, life, journey.
Thanks for reading,
A note on the header image: Detail from “Interior With Young Man Reading” by Vilhelm Hammerschøi. Public domain from Wikimedia Commons.
All original text and photos (c) Molly C. Spencer 2012 –.
A note on fair use: This blog is intended to be a place of learning. I have attempted to use any text/images by others under the guidelines of fair use. If you are the owner of a copyright on text/images used here and you feel a copyright violation has occurred, please contact me at mollycspencer (at) gmail (dot) com, and I’ll be happy to resolve the issue promptly.