"Daily Sonnets is also a time experiment but of another sort. In that book I was trying to invent time which did not exist. I experimented with writing in very uncongenial circumstances, such as wrapped in a towel after a shower for a time limit of one or two minutes. I was trying to find a way to work within that sense of rapid, noisy, interrupted time very much of the moment. This was a very liberating experiment and I recommend it to everyone. Whatever constraints you think you live within, in terms of what time you have to write, try breaking them. Write standing in line, half asleep. Write in every way except the ways which are habitual. In this way time and form open tremendously. Suddenly instead of having only an hour here or there, you have all of time."
(Laynie Browne interviewed http://www.bookslut.com/blog/archives/2008_01.php)
From what I can glean from her available poems online, Laynie Browne is taking her bearings from Berrigan and Mayer. So this is someone I'm adding to my Need To Read list.
Hear her read at http://andrewkenower.typepad.com/a_voice_box/2007/05/laynie_brown_pe.html