14 Mar

… On a sad day of losses big and small someone left a flowerpot in the hall that wasn’t money or plenty of time but […]

4 Mar

… Sanjay Agnihotri is generous with his time and energy. He is the founder and editor-in-chief of Local Knowledge, a literary and art journal, as […]

2 Mar

… … I started to know Trace Peterson about two years ago when she was finishing up her PhD, but she was so busy that […]

27 Feb

… In a world that is getting crazier, the writer Greg Masters is important because he continues to make sense. On a ship that is […]

20 Feb

… I went to the La Mama Galleria a couple Sundays ago wanting to hear No Land and to see what she was going to […]

16 Feb

… I was almost caught by a guard filming. You can take photos but no videos. I think like in an old Greek myth, when […]

13 Feb

… At the Bureau of General Services Queer Division in November in New York City, Linda Quinlan read from her most recent book of poems, […]

13 Feb

… Sujay Sarkar is 19 years old and from Barisal, Bangladesh. He helps to edit a little magazine called Tonga. I liked his drawings and […]

12 Feb

… A few years back Cliff Fyman drove cab at night and began to make poems out of what customers said as he took them […]

3 Feb

… Dust of snow. It is unexpected. Grace comes in a moment. … … … Dust of Snow The way a crow Shook down on […]

29 Jan

… A few Saturdays ago was a miserable snowy afternoon, more wet than snow, and I wanted to get to a poetry reading crosstown so […]

25 Jan

… Friday, December 6 was a jam packed night. Life was as full as it can get. I had been teaching English all day midtown […]