Prompted by my courses at Simon Fraser University, I have been enjoying the writings of Carl Leggo, this time in Life Writing and Literary Métissage as an Ethos for Our Times, co-written with Erika Hasebe-Ludt and Cynthia M. Chambers.
These words especially resonated with me as I dig more deeply into the practice of life writing. At the beginning of this semester, I feared that I might run out of subjects to write about. Now it feels like every writing prompt spawns handfuls of more ideas. The possibilities are a widening spiral, a depthless (w)hole.
Leggo, C. (2009). An Archipegalo of Fragments. In E. Hasebe-Ludt, C. M. Chambers, & C. Leggo (Authors), Life Writing and Literary Métissage as an Ethos for Our Times (pp. 74-77). New York: Peter Lang.