23 Jun

… Kay Gabriel is getting her PhD. She’s been, among a myriad of things, a Latin instructor who used to like Greek better—well, she still […]

21 Jun

… I am constantly floored, amazed, inspired and pleased by the output and the quality of the paintings of Robert Rhodes. Living in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, […]

20 Jun

… The inspiration to write comes from many places and in many ways, as many ways to write as there are people, who want to […]

17 Jun

… At the Local Knowledge Reading Series at the Parkside Lounge on May 19th, poets Vyt Bakaitis and Peter Bushyeager were featured. Peter began his […]

12 Jun

… I met Ama Birch about six months ago and now that I know her I keep running into her everywhere I go including a […]

11 Jun

… On May the 19th, a pleasant Sunday afternoon, there was a launch for Kimberly A. Collins’s new book of poems, Bessie’s Resurrection, fresh off […]

30 May

I came across the photographs of Ira Joel Haber on the Internet, got in touch with him, and asked if I could post some of […]

14 May

… It has been over a year, way over, since Simon and I got together at my apartment to record him reading from two of […]

6 May

… White Faced Lieutenant, a new play by the poet playwright, Dennis Moritz, is a prayer of remembrance dedicated to his father, Wallace Moritz, a […]

1 May

… Ron Kolm came over to my place on Sunday to read from his new book, Welcome to the Barbecue, short poems that chronicle a […]

27 Apr

… I had the pleasure of being among the writers who read at Jefferson Market Library in celebration of Larissa Shmailo’s new novel, Sly Bang, […]

26 Apr

… When Steve Dalachinsky and his wife Yuko Otomo visited a few weeks back, we had a great time talking and recording their poetry too. […]