Posts Tagged ‘ love ’

Alex Dimitrov – BOMB Magazine

The two writers stroll the streets of Manhattan to talk about Dimitrov’s new poetry collection, Love and Other Poems, which traces his affection for the city.

At the end of the day, when I’m writing something, I just care about it being aesthetically pleasing to me, and then I’m hoping that it’s aesthetically pleasing to someone else. I want art to give people pleasure. To return people to themselves, the inner self. Something that is well made is important. It can get you up in the morning. – Alex Dimitrov

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After Discovering a 120-Year-Old Time Capsule, Photographer Develops Two Cyanotypes of Cats | Colossal

Earlier this year, photographer Mathieu Stern discovered a time capsule dating back to the early 1900s in his family home. The 120-year-old box held a little girl’s cherished possessions, including a paper doll, seashell, and two glass plate negatives. Stern decided to develop the photographs using . . .

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Developing 120-Year-Old Photos found in a Time Capsule – YouTube

What’s Love Got To Do With It? | 3 Quarks Daily

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Aretha Franklin ‘Change Gonna Come’ Tribute – YouTube

Have adored Aretha, since first discovering her when I was a high school sophomore. She transforms this song. Didn’t think Sam Cooke’s version could be bested. She transformed every song she sang. – word pond  

John Coltrane – A Love Supreme only once in own concert (1965) on Vimeo

Bob Dylan – Murder Most Foul (Official Audio) – YouTube

Poetry as a Blowtorch of Protest


Sean Bonney, Our Death (image courtesy Commune Editions)

While despondency and madness appear aplenty in Sean Bonney’s writing, its keynote is pure, hard rage.

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Faith No More Mike Patton This guy’s in Love With You – YouTube

Marianne Williamson Drops Out of 2020 Race – The New York Times

In her message to supporters, Ms. Williamson said that she would back the eventual Democratic nominee, no matter who it is: “I will be there with all my energy and in full support.”

“Things are changing swiftly and dramatically in this country, and I have faith that something is awakening among us,” she wrote. “A politics of conscience is still yet possible. And yes … love willprevail.”