Posts Tagged ‘ poetry ’

The New Canon: The Necropastoral by Joyelle McSweeney | ENCLAVE

Source: The New Canon: The Necropastoral by Joyelle McSweeney | ENCLAVE

Where We Go From Here: On “Political” Poetry and Marginalization, by Cynthia Cruz | VIDA: Women in Literary Arts

 

“But one voice is not enough, nor two, although this is where dialogue begins.” — Cherrie Moraga THE PROBLEMSomething occurred during the days after the Trump election. There was a marked difference between those who were angry and … [Read More]

Source: Where We Go From Here: On “Political” Poetry and Marginalization | VIDA: Women in Literary Arts

Sean Bonney, Oct 2015, Normal Bar, Berlin – YouTube

Best Poetry Podcasts (2017)

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23 of our favorite poetry podcasts for 2017. Listen online. Listen online now, no signup necessary. Podcasts include audio training, interviews, news.

Source: Best Poetry Podcasts (2017)

Alice Iris Red Horse: Selected Poems by Yoshimasu Gozo | Quarterly Conversation

 

 

 

Source: Alice Iris Red Horse: Selected Poems by Yoshimasu Gozo | Quarterly Conversation

Six Dances by Anne Boyer | Cordite Poetry Review

1. Poor thing, one says, did you see the fear in her at 4:54? But that is a different video.

In this video, the famous Egyptian bellydancer Fifi Abdo dances up against the camera, on a table, the long room of revelers and revelers’ limbs behind her. Their arms looks like snakes. The party looks like a party of Fifi Abdo in a dress against a scene of snakes. She tosses her long thick hair. She leans down, and there is her bosom. Fifi Abdo is famous for wearing loose bras so that her bosom will undulate. She is famous for fanning incense up her legs in Cairo hotels.

Source: Six Dances | Cordite Poetry Review