Early March in the cold pouring rain, I made my way west on the M-8 bus toward the LBGT Community Center on 13th Street near 7th Avenue. The poetry reading that night, on the second floor at the Bureau of … Continue reading
Life, we all come to realize, even if we never read Heraclitus, is in constant motion, which is one reason why I walked over to 2 Horatio Street last Monday to record Elaine Sexton reading from Drive, her new … Continue reading
I brought tulips home to lift Akram’s spirit, and he took two photos of them that lifted mine.
At KGB last December, I heard Sean Singer read from a forthcoming book of prose poems called Today in the Taxi, similar journeys, different passengers, with the words of others sometimes added, Duke Ellington, The Talmud, Franz Kafka, helping … Continue reading