Monthly Archives: November 2018

Anselm Berrigan reads from Something for Everybody

… No matter what, I was determined to get to Anselm Berrigan’s launch for Something for Everybody, his new book of poems, at Mast Books on Friday, November the 16th, although I had a pinched nerve causing pain in my left leg with every step […]

November Thoughts

… November Walk I have a pinched nerve in my lower back that affects my left leg which hurts with every step and is in no way alleviated with the aid of a cane, but I made the walk today with Akram and friend Tom […]

Robert Rhodes, Late November

… One of the nicer lights in the world today, which often seems awfully dark, is Robert Rhodes’s constantly changing illuminating work. So bright and full of light, it can show you the way. Take a look. Late November: Cold rain in the hills. Charcoal, […]

Lonely Christopher reads from The Resignation

… Lonely Christopher has had a robust publication history, but The Resignation, his fourth full-length book, has been a long time in coming. He was working on it since 2007, but various health related tribulations, including alcoholism and major depression, challenged his creativity and will […]

Karen Weiser reads from Or, The Ambiguities

… I’ve been looking through old video archives and discovered Karen Weiser reading from Or, The Ambiguities in 2016 at the Bryant Park Poetry Series that had just started its winter season with a reading at the Kinokuniya Bookstore across from the park on Sixth […]

Graffiti Pier, Philadelphia

… It was a beautiful day. The place took me completely by surprise. Touched by many hands through many years with many ideas in many minds apart but together in every season in every weather both day and night, artists worked. The Creative Urge. Graffiti […]