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But it was medicine for me, just this ride from Point A to point B. And then of course we got inside the place that we were going to and there was a lot of activity there.
And lots of different needs to be met in that room by the four of us. But I had that first imprinting in the car and it actually made it okay for me to be in the space that we were in.
Elizabeth: You know, when I think about that car ride, I think also about the, the spiritual health of it all. Which is also to say that, you know, to accept each other to be with each other.
Thelma and Lorna and I had a little bit of business we needed to figure out. We figured out that business, but it could have been that any combination of us had to get something done.
And that whoever wasn't in the business would've in a trustful way, been able to just be there?
I mean, that's a pretty profound thing in this life as well. You know, I think also this business of belonging to each other?
It's important unto itself because, you know, human beings are connected. And that's one of the reasons to be alive. Is to connect to other human beings.
But I think that also we fortify each other and ourselves in order that we can go back out and share something. Or do some work, you know, or mentor, you know, a younger generation.
Or, you know, fix some bullshit. So all of this fortifying, again, while it's enough unto itself, it's actually what it enables all of us to be able to do the things that we're trying to do in our work lives.
Helga: What is it for you about words and particularly words organized as poems, that that is so important for your life. And that is so much of your life.
Elizabeth: Yeah. I was thinking about how being a poet manifests in spaces that are not, you know, artistic spaces.
Today, when I was in one of my meetings, And we were thinking about how to name an Institute or center that's coming together.
And I was like, "Ooh, naming time. I can do that. Name, name, name. You know, here's 20 words. This is exciting. I love this. Naming things precisely matters.
Conversely, being imprecise, being sloppy, not looking directly, but rather looking to the side is of consequence. You know, as human beings, if we have not been seen straight on or named precisely, we feel ill at ease.
Elizabeth: And I think that language is, it's the thing that all of us have with which to exchange ideas.
Language is one of the ways that we unify and distinguish and make community. So, I started off in my life studying dance really seriously I felt like it was my art form.
And so that was the way I communicated. And it turned out that I was a person more of words. But I think a lot about what it means to communicate even ideas with and through your body.
But what I found with words, being better at them, is that I could say more, do more, exchange more, soul to soul, more.
Figure things out in what I find the hard, exhilarating work of searching for the right words. I think about, you know, some of our poets.
I think about, you know, Audrey Lorde in Coal. And when, she says "Some words bedevil me. How we wrestle with them. But I find that not only very satisfying, but also, quite a medium without which some things can't happen.
So, I need them. The tradition one I have a really hard time with because very often when I hear that word, I hear white people excluding black people or black people excluding white people.
There's some, it's used not from a place of pride, but as a place of separation. Well, we have our traditions. And then immediately in my head I go, and I look.
My mind makes this filter of who, well it depends on who's saying the word first. So, its source. I consider its source.
And then I make a lot of assumptions about who they're talking about. And I think that perhaps until I see or live evidence to the contrary, I'm always going to make the assumption that it doesn't mean me.
Elizabeth: Hmm. Well, tradition goes in so many different directions. I mean, in my education, a lot of my work was about working along tracks of people who were trying to build counter archives.
You know, other traditions to say, "Here are these black women writers from the 19th century whose work has not been preserved in book form.
But those were not people who I was studying in school. And those were not people who were seen as being in the English literary tradition.
So, you know, tradition and counter tradition is something that not only am I comfortable with, but I find dynamic.
And part of why I find it dynamic is that it is animated by the fight. So, that's one way that I think about tradition. I think, the complexities of a tradition within Black conversations, is that I think sometimes as artists figuring out how we do and don't fit into Black traditions when that's supposed to be our heritage is a whole interesting, tricky thing.
Elizabeth: So I think that, you know, what's beautiful about being- And you know, many have said this.
I think it was Ellison who said, "You can't choose your kin, but you can choose your ancestors. Which I take to mean, you know, there's the blood you're born into.
But who opens you up as an artist, who your people are in that regard. Well, that's idiosyncratic. You just figure that out. And your work is a resolution of that.
But it's not always easy. And I think, I guess to me the privilege of making art is that you can bring all these things together, but you don't have to resolve it.
You know, it's all process. I think a lot about, what are some of the transferable skills about being an artist to doing other kinds of work.
And I think the ability to sustain process with elements that seem irreconcilable. That's very, very transferable and valuable.
And it's also valuable to go to another of your words, inside a family. I have two sons, 20 and And they were choosing their courses for the semester and I stay out of it as long as possible.
And then I have many opinions. So I said, you know, "Take a literature class. And he said it with great kindness.
But he was saying, this is how, at this point in my learning, I need to learn. This is what kind of sinks in and feeds me.
So I think that, I think a good mother moment, was that I didn't feel the need to reconcile that. He is who he is.
At this moment in time. You know, one of the beautiful things about having a little bit of time on this earth is that you realize, okay, well Inshallah as they say.
You know, you get to meet and practice and learn something for a stretch. Be in certain relationships for a stretch.
And then keep it evolving. Helga: Are there things that you do everyday? Are there practices that you have everyday? Elizabeth: Yeah, I love people's days and people's habits and people's practices.
And I devour that in others. And I'm really curious about it in others. A nd thought about the luxury of having a room of ones one.
And then around that time also read something that Ntozake Shange wrote about how when she's really, really deep in hard work, she says, first what she has to do is there has to be water and flowers on the table where she's working.
But that there also comes a point where she has to get out of the house. Because the writing makes it too funky in the house. So she has to go and work in a cafe for a little while.
And what I loved about that was I thought you can always have a flower. You can always have water. You can have a dandelion. That's not about having certain kinds of resources.
That's about a practice and a habit. I always have flowers in my living space. I try to meditate before I pick up my phone or do other things.
And what that means is it's meant different things at different times. So, sometimes it might've meant listening to Oprah and Deepak.
Or listening to The Daily Calm. Or listening to any kind of, you know, app. More often what it means is just turning over on my back, putting one hand on my chest and one hand on my belly and just closing my eyes and coming into the day.
I have a little piece of wood, a small painting that my late husband made, and it says, "I wake up grateful for life as a gift.
On a good day, there's yoga. There's walking. I find walking to be very great centering time. And I think, you know, that walking also gives time to transition from one idea to the next.
From one place to the next. From a bodily state of being a little bit tight, to being a little bit looser.
I also, every day, start with a text round robin with two other sister girlfriends. And so, you know, everyone's an early bird.
And you never know what you'll wake up to or if you'll be the one to start it. And it might be good morning, or it might be, here's an interesting, interesting thing someone saw or, you know, here's a something funny, or here's a something on our minds.
But that happens every single day. Elizabeth: Nope. And it's kind of actually one of the great things because we move around for our work.
That it's a way of being together even when we're physically not together. And that there is shorthand. But also just, I want to see the world through her eyes, you know.
And also, it's being, so again, we didn't like go deeper on family. And what is, you know, vexed about the word for you?
You know, I love the family I was born into. I love the blood family that I made. And I really love my chosen family. That I sometimes refer to as "the village".
And so for me, at this stage in my life, 57 years old, really knowing that I have chosen family and that my, my parents and children have those people too.
And knowing as I look out at the next stretch. I don't feel ominous, but I am certainly more than halfway through my life. You know, so, you know, which is only to say, I feel like, okay, so we are journeying together.
Helga: I feel like I'm getting there and what it's meant is a lot of holding on and letting go.
And it's both things. And trusting, like believing people when they say, "I'm your family". Helga: I wake up and I'm a pretty early person too.
I can feel the light change. I don't have shades or anything. And I feel the light change. And when I feel that, I open my eyes.
By the window of my bed I have a little thing of foliage that has been wired into the word yes. And I make sure I look at that first and say, "Yes".
I get up, I light my candle and then I sit. I just sit down. There are six women who receive a text message for me every morning. And that's a thing that I pretty much do every day.
Sometimes when I travel it gets wonky. But, I am committed to that. For most of them it's emojis and sometimes I try and tell stories with the emojis.
And then recently I had one friend who was always sending me back what I said to her. And I got mad and I'm like, "Come on.
You can be more creative in this. And so I sent her a message and I said, "What is it that you would have me have from you to begin my day?
And her response to me was that, "I would write you love notes". I would send you words that I love. And emojis when applicable.
But that was not her go-to. And so it helped me understand this thing full circle. Because here I was in my judgment and my anger, which I've been trained to hold back.
And I said, "No, I'm not going to because I want more from this person. So I asked this question and then she sent me back the thing that completely humbled me.
And she said, "Thank you for asking me. What I want to do with you is to send you love notes. Elizabeth: Well, it's courageous to ask something of a friendship.
Not to just be in it, you know? I mean, I think, you know, we spend most of our time being in our friendship. And that's part of why we're friends with people because it is easeful and pleasant to be with them.
But to ask something of a friendship, I think, is brave. Helga: She's my family. Without a doubt. And I don't want to lose my family.
There is love here. And it's long love. It's many, many, many years. Ask for more. Ask for what you want. Helga: So you've accomplished a lot of things now.
Are you able to enjoy the things that you've been able to do? Elizabeth: Well, what would that look like?
I mean, I think, raising two sons well, you always knock wood with these things, is the thing I'm the most proud of.
And the thing that gives me the most pleasure. You know, having these 20 and 21 year old people. Big people. Beautiful people.
Fascinating people. Hilarious people who still come around a lot. I enjoyed, every stage of their lives actually. Being their mother. But I feel that this is an extra special stage because they haven't yet, you know, they're in college.
They haven't yet fully gone off on their own. I mean, it's nice. They've sort of created some space and independence, but they still have college vacation time to come around so that we can really be together.
But I can also look at them from a distance, doing their thing. You know, reading their own books, having their own friends. There's a lot of dynamism because everybody goes out and bring something back.
So the house is very alive with that. So I'm very, I enjoy that accomplishment. I have written well. I have done my best with the books I've written.
I'm glad that that's there although I think, I don't know if you feel this way. I think that even making art that you're pleased with sometimes has a bit of a taunt in it.
Elizabeth: You know, because then it's like well, you're going to do it again? What's next? Are you in yourself or are you squandering yourself?
So there's a little bit of that. As far as enjoying, I mean, so many decades as a teacher. And what I enjoy from that is when the former students come around in different guises.
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