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A Longhouse Birdhouse: YOKEL ( 30 ) ~

Little Differences
I don’t know that much about furnaces
So I listen to Native
Native hasn’t read a book in twenty years

So he listens to me

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Bob Arnold hails from a long lineage of lumbermen, loggers, and builders who settled in the Berkshire Hills of Massachusetts, just south of the Green Mountains, in the 1700s. He began working as a builder in the 1960s and hasn’t stopped, having built homes and stone structures in his region of southern Vermont for over five decades.
His books On Stone, a builder’s notebook and Sunswumthru A Building address much of this world, while By Heart, pages from a lost Vermont  begins a storytelling which will connect with present day Yokel.
Since 1971 he has edited & published hundreds of journals, books and anthologies of other writers with his wife Susan. His books of poetry & prose have appeared almost every year since 1974. Bob also authors a blog : A Longhouse Birdhouse: surveying books, music, cinema and earth ways.
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Bob Arnold
Yokel
Longhouse
2011

 

Source: A Longhouse Birdhouse: YOKEL ( 30 ) ~

Lawrence Ferlinghetti Celebrates His 100th Birthday With a Novel – The New York Times

Please continue to help the search for missing poet Martin Lucas from Preston, North of England, U.K. | Area 17

Martin Lucas Stepping StonesMartin Lucas, gifted British poet, essayist, editor, and publisher

Search Continues for Missing British Poet Martin Lucas | Area 17

Tim Trace Peterson Home Page / EPC electronic poetry center

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Tim Trace Peterson (Photo credit: © 2013 Lawrence Schwartzwald)

Tim Trace Peterson Home Page / EPC electronic poetry center

On Flying Object — Inspiration Flies High / Poets and Writers

Inspiration Flies High | Poets and Writers.

the passing of Phyllis Walsh, poet, editor, small press publisher : on September 4, 2012

Early morning messages today from Ce Rosenow telling of the passing of our mutual friend and small press pal, Phyllis Walsh. Phyllis was a poet, located in that long tradition of Wisconsin wholeness, so no surprise she regularly and dutifully also issued from there her haiku journalHummingbird. I hold them all, thanks to Phyllis. ~ Bob Arnold at  A Longhouse Birdhouse

Phyllis Walsh, poet, writer, and small press publisher and editor of “Hummingbird” , has died. Ce Rosenow, poet, publisher, and president of the Haiku Society of America, has noted. 

Phyllis Walsh championed the small poem, the small press, the work of Lorine Niedecker, and so many poets, I was one.

I loved Phyllis Walsh, as poet, writer, and editor. Her journal Hummingbird  is already legend. Her short poems in the chapbooks Center Stillness (Scythe Press, 1989) and River (Hummingbird Press, 1993) are visitations, proximal, light seared. Also, a rare fineness is her understanding of Lorine Niedecker, in Walsh’s book on the poet, Lorine Niedecker: Solitary Plover (Juniper Press, 1992).

Rest in peace in your center stillness, Phyllis Walsh.  Donna Fleischer

wild iris island

distant

pile

driv-

er

empty cove’s

resident egret remembered –

above, cloudless blue

Phyllis Walsh
from River

set in water patterns

lake center

stillness

Phyllis Walsh
from Center Stillness

Veteran poet and indie publisher Don Wentworth releases his first book. – Books – Book Reviews & Features – Pittsburgh City Paper

 

 

Veteran poet and indie publisher Don Wentworth releases his first book. – Books – Book Reviews & Features – Pittsburgh City Paper.

Governor Commends Environmental Award Winners, including CT Environmental Headlines / CT Environmental Headlines

 

 

Gov. Commends Environmental Award Winners, including CT Environmental Headlines – CT Environmental Headlines.