16 Sep

  Wanda Phipps with Virlana Tkacz translated a timely play by the Ukrainian poet, Lesia Ukrainka, called  Forest Song. Over the summer, a version of […]

15 Sep

  Arup Datta during the month of August did a lot of drawings of bicycles, but he began the month with rickshaws. So I’ll start […]

14 Sep

  Earlier this summer, just as the pandemic was easing up, and we could gather in crowds, out in the open air again, there was […]

11 Sep

  I just got to look at some art that I hadn’t seen before by Dan Freeman  and am quite taken by it. I thought […]

30 Aug

  Death & Disaster Series was written by Lonely Christopher during his early twenties when his mother was dying and shortly after she died, writing […]

26 Aug

  These sonnets were written during a trip I took from the Yorkshire Dales to Edinburgh with my friend Pat Maples in June of 2009. […]

10 Aug

  I read with Jenna Cardinale at Pete’s Candy Store in Brooklyn recently. Not only was it great being at a live reading again, but […]

4 Aug

  Yesterday, August the third, my friend Tom and I took our walk through Central Park. We always meet at 96th Street Central Park West […]

1 Aug

  Arup Datta lives in Kolkata. He is always drawing so at the end of the day he has something to show for it, or […]

29 Jul

  What I’m usually doing is deciding what to do now and what to do next. I have a list of tasks. This week, among […]

25 Jul

  Barbara Henning’s new book of poems, Digigram, chronicles a dreary year, the abominable 2016, yet it is full of insights by an aware observer […]

25 Jul

  Festina lente.Hurry slowly. Canta y no llores.Sing and don’t cry.     on leaving   The weary earth, the weary sky each weary creature […]