At the moment I'm enjoying this new interview with Nick Piombino over at Tom Beckett's e-x-c-h-a-n-g-e-v-a-l-u-e-s. I really appreciate Nick's proposed investigation with regard to incorporating "the actual process of thought as it is experienced everyday," and with corresponding types of analogies he makes between thinking and writing-as-process, via psychology. There's a lot in what he talks about on his weblog that I sympathize with, as well: it seems to me that his thinking generally replaces the undertow of the isolated psychoanalytic subject (and by implication, surrealist automatism's flimsier knockoffs) not with some version of Marxism as many today attempt, but rather with social interaction and exchange between multiple subjects, as a sort of utopian ideal. Also, the fact that he finds theory liberating! Heck, I just like listening to Nick talk about poetry: it makes me want to write.