Posts Tagged ‘ poet ’

Feminize Your Canon: Eliot Bliss

ELIOT BLISS

The lesbian author of a radically anti-colonialist precursor to Jean Rhys’s “Wide Sargasso Sea” was only just barely rescued from complete obscurity

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Ann Lauterbach Expands the Possibilities of Poetry

Ann Lauterbach (photo: © Marina van Zuylen, 2018, courtesy Penguin Random House)

In an age dominated by literalism and an insistence on facts, what can the imagination summon into words?

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Giulia Tofana the Apothecary — The soundtrack to my departure from Ithaca, NY….

Marilyn Johnston : Watercolors & Pastels Prosser Public Library

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C R E A T I V E   P A T H W A Y

WATERCOLORS AND PASTELS

 
MARILYN JOHNSTON
 

JUNE & JULY 2018

Location:
Prosser Public Library • 1 Tunxis Avenue • Bloomfield, CT
Monday – Thursday: 10 am – 8 pm
Friday: 10 am – 6 pm &  Saturday: 10 am – 5 pm

Marlene Mountain – is/let

Marlene Mountain

1939-2018

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her website

Haiku as a Protest

then I must go to the Mountain: (space reserved) for Marlene Mountain / by Jack Galmitz

A Very Warm Mountain / by Richard Gilbert

Image Haiku of Marlene Mountain

photo from American Haiku Archives

A Chinese Poet’s Unusual Path From Isolated Farm Life to Celebrity – The New York Times

LOUISE LANDES LEVI | A Longhouse Birdhouse

O Ancestors,
 
Be in my embrace,
 
 
We
 
don’t know
 
who’s us & who’s here &
 
who are you, awake in my dream
 
 
I dream whose Vaster Continent,
 
in my bed, in my bed
 
of  
 
             dreams.