Posts Tagged ‘ earthquake ’

Ghost or Not: On Lee Ann Roripaugh’s “tsunami vs. the fukushima 50” – Los Angeles Review of Books

 

Of her decision to render the tsunami female, Roripaugh, who is poet laureate of South Dakota and editor-in-chief of the South Dakota Review, said, in a recent interview with Frontier Poetry, “nature […] is traditionally read as feminine, or female, and — much like women’s bodies — is a contested space that is endlessly erased, silenced, controlled, legislated, and colonized.”

Source: Ghost or Not: On Lee Ann Roripaugh’s “tsunami vs. the fukushima 50” – Los Angeles Review of Books

IPS – New Era Augurs More of the Same for Impoverished Maya People / Inter Press Service

Elderly Kiché Maya people of Guatemala await the start of the new era. Credit: Danilo Valladares / IPS

IPS – New Era Augurs More of the Same for Impoverished Maya People | Inter Press Service.

two weeks later / Gabi Greve

two weeks later –
nothing can erase
these memories

Gabi Greve
Japan — After the Big Earthquake

Shibitachi ! / Kris Kondo

Shibitachi !
through a poem, alive
can i keep you ?

Kris Kondo
March 12, 2011

tight muscles / Mariko Shimizu

tight muscles
dogs are scared too
the greatest earthquake

Mariko Shimizu
March 11, 2011

Dean William M. Tsutsui — blogging his experiences in Japan during the tsunami and earthquake that shook the country Friday, March 11, 2011

Dean William Tsutsui

Dean Tsutsui Writes After the earthquake: The scene in Tokyo

Massive tsunami devastates Japan / Al Jazeera English

Tsunami inundates Japan (Reuters)

8.9 Earthquake 6-meters-high tsunami waves hit Japan