Posts Tagged ‘ Filip Marinovich ’

Wolfman Librarian | NewPages.com

During the Occupy Movement in New York City when The People literally took over Zuccotti Park, poet Filip Marinovich was right there in the mix, helping to set up and run the People’s Library and reading his poems over the People’s Mic, “the people’s mic is intoxicating / that’s why I am its pauper king” (“Zuccotti Park Fugue State”). The poems gathered in Wolfman Librarian stem directly from Marinovich’s experience with Occupy.

Source: Wolfman Librarian | NewPages.com

A Poem by Filip Marinovich / Elective Affinities

(photo by Cecilia Wu)

Filip Marinovich | Elective Affinities.

aka Wolfman Librarian, Sisyphus Schizophrene

Filip Marinovich reads for General Idea

Wolfman Librarian and the Trembling Pair of Actor Hands, by Filip Marinovich / EOAGH

wolfman librarian
in pepper spray rain
sings from the underbrush

Donna Fleischer

September 5, 2012

Wolfman Librarian and the Trembling Pair of Actor Hands, by Filip Marinovich / EOAGH

Wolfman Librarian and the Trembling Pair of Actor Hands, by Filip Marinovich | EOAGH.

Poetry Laboratorio: Filip Marinovich presents Emerging Work from Occupy Wall Street

The Art of Occupation / The Triumph of Arts and Sciences


Marinovich at the “Poetry Laboratorio”

2nd Avenue Poetry: volume 3

2nd Avenue Poetry: volume 3.

November 14 2011 – Occupy Wall Street poetry anthology and library – YouTube

Occupy Wall Street poetry anthology and library – YouTube.

Occupy Wall Street Library and Poetry Anthology

~ ” . . . all work is accepted and you can send your own poems to STEPHENJBOYER@GMAIL dot COM. Please include “Occupy Poetry” in the subject . . . ” Stephen Boyer