Category Archives: Poetry

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Richard Loranger reads from Mammal

I agree with the poet Yuko Otomo when she writes that the poems in Richard Loranger’s new book, Mammal, are “written in direct & humble language & with the most personal & natural breath.” Nothing truer has ever been said. … Continue reading

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Terence Degnan & Denver Butson read from Nobody Birds the Sky

… When Terence Degnan’s father died, he wrote to his friend Denver Buston, and Denver Buston wrote back, what became a correspondence, poem letters, epistles about shared grief, the death of a brother, the death of a father, a work … Continue reading

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Eileen Myles reads from a “Working Life”

  April 17 at 7:30 PM at the Bell House in Brooklyn, Eileen Myles read from their new book of poems, a “Working Life.”  The place was packed. Eileen read poems that were narrative, often amusing and sometimes surprising too in … Continue reading

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Reading for LiVE MAG! #19 at the Jefferson Market Library, May 7, 2023

… Jeff Wright and Lori Ortiz have curated another LiVE MAG!, one of the consistently best art literary magazines around. I love LiVE MAG! You can catch its flavor in the Vimeo below. Enjoy.     Check out LiVE MAG! … Continue reading

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James Barickman reads from Helluva Season

James Barickman is a sound technician at the Poetry Project where he is responsible for capturing the words of poets as they speak them every week in the Parrish Hall or the Sanctuary, a daunting task that I have watched … Continue reading