is probably a title someone has used for a blog post before, but whatever. So, every once in a while I hear someone say they can't read something printed in a sans serif font, and I'm like, "Why not?" If anything, a sans serif font is easier to look at than a serif-ful one. Below is my go-to example of sans serif greatness, and henceforth this will be my go-to blog post whenever someone complains about sans serif. The poem is of course by John Ashbery, scanned straight out of the 1977 Ecco Press edition of Rivers and Mountains with the cover drawing by Trevor Winkfield, which I also scanned. I enjoy having a scanner.