Monthly Archives: October 2020

Lynne Sachs reads from Year By Year Poems

  I heard Lynne Sachs read for the KGB Monday Night Poetry Series on Zoom a few weeks ago. She read from her new book, Year By Year Poems (2019), which is a beautifully put together publication by Tender Buttons Press. In it she chronicles […]

Twelve Postcards

  I like making things and Akram’s drawings often fit perfectly with my poetry so why not make something out of that? In the time of Social Media and the Internet, and also a pandemic, these postcards are something physical that an acquaintance or a […]

Nine Poems by Lewis Warsh

  In a box looking for something else, I found a stapled mimeographed magazine called UNITED ARTISTS FIVE that was edited and published by Lewis Warsh and Bernadette Mayer in 1978 when they worked together as United Artists living in Lenox, Massachusetts. In this particular […]

John McCullough reads from Reckless Paper Birds

  Reckless Paper Birds, wow, when I saw that title, it immediately appealed to me, coming out of the ether as it did one day on the Internet. Even in a pandemic, we communicate. I got in touch with the poet John McCullough on Facebook […]