Monthly Archives: March 2022

Dazié Grego-Sykes reads from Black Faggotry

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 General Services—Gay Division bookstore, was […]

Elaine Sexton reads from Drive

  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 book of poems about to […]

Tulips

    I brought tulips home to lift Akram’s spirit, and he took two photos of them that lifted mine.                        

Sean Singer reads from Today In The Taxi

  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 the cab driver take the […]