2 Sep

………… I was in Philly a week ago and stopped by to see Anne-Adele Wight who lives in a lovely high rise apartment in Center […]

29 Aug

… What are friends for? When you are dead and gone, sometimes someone advocates for your remembrance, giving your past a present, an amazing accomplishment […]

18 Aug

… When I recently saw the photo by Stanley Stellar of a beautiful painting of a phallic man with a dolphin, I remembered some lines […]

18 Aug

… On May 15, 2019 at 8 PM at the Poetry Project at Saint Mark’s Church on Second Avenue in New York City for the […]

13 Aug

… I heard Michael Ruby read at Zinc Bar earlier this year and was very taken by his Subway Poems, which he has been writing […]

11 Aug

… I was thinking about recording Martha King reading from her new book, a mystery called Max Sees Red, but when I got to her […]

6 Aug

… Gabriel Don and I read together earlier this summer and I was so captivated with her work that I asked her to read for […]

4 Aug

… In April, Yuko Otomo and Steve Dalachinsky, came over to my place to read some poems. One book that Yuko read from was Study, […]

2 Aug

… Scott Hightower’s Self-evident, published in 2012 by Barrow Street Press, is a book of fifty poems in three sections: Infant Gods, Brújula (Rose of […]

27 Jul

… Mitch Corber has lived not only as a poet, performing artist and musician, but as a video documentarian of what has gone down on […]

23 Jul

… In June, one evening, I stopped by Greenlight Books in Flatbush to hear Edmund Berrigan read from his new book from City Lights, More […]

23 Jul

… Yesterday, after many years—2007 perhaps—I did some work in La Plaza, a park that I, with many others, began to save in 1987 when […]