Posts Tagged ‘ poetics ’

An Artist’s Guide to Herbs: Psilocybin – BOMB Magazine

The poetics of the microdose.

As a poet who microdoses this psychically oppressive language in order to dispute and disrupt its grammar, to bring it to its knees and force it to reconsider everything it accepts as a given, and as a close listener to any music I can find that does the same, the idea of microdosing hallucinogens feels like a near equivalent to my most sacred intentions, to escape using intimacy instead of numbness. – Harmony Holiday

Source: An Artist’s Guide to Herbs: Psilocybin – BOMB Magazine

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A Writer’s Act of Divination

Selah Saterstrom proposes that the act of divinatory reading and the reading of a text are interchangeable, that a text is far more than a sequence of sentences.

Source: A Writer’s Act of Divination

My Favorite Poem by Marie Buck | Poetry Foundation

Source: My Favorite Poem by Marie Buck | Poetry Foundation

with thanks to Nada Gordon –

2018 Summer Writing Program

Source: 2018 Summer Writing Program

Poetry Needs a Revolution That Goes Beyond Style by Charles Bernstein and Tracie Morris | Literary Hub

Source: Poetry Needs a Revolution That Goes Beyond Style | Literary Hub

[REVIEW] The Volta Book of Poets, edited by Joshua Maria Wilkinson – [PANK]

[REVIEW] The Volta Book of Poets, edited by Joshua Maria Wilkinson – [PANK].

Poet creates first class for transgender poetry

Trace Peterson, poet, author, and editor

Poet creates first class for transgender poetry.

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