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Rich Boucher | Interview

Kenneth P. Gurney. I first met Rich Boucher in 2000 at the Washington D.C. slam hosted by Nicki Miller at either Teaism or Cafe Myth.   2,743 more words

Book 46: Kinky by Denise Duhamel

This is a collection of poetry written about and to theoretical Barbies. A friend in the program lent me this book, and I was quite flattered after reading it; the pros to being obnoxiously outspoken continue to outweigh the cons. 509 more words

Poetry

"And ham ham ham! /Americans need ham!"

Exquisite Candidate

Denise Duhamel, 1961

I can promise you this: food in the White House
will change! No more granola, only fried eggs
flipped the way we like them.
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Collaboration

Lone wolf humanist here to tell you that while reading and writing in solitude are some of my favorite things, experiences with intellectual and artistic collaboration have astonished me, shaking loose all kinds of work and thinking I might never have otherwise produced. 512 more words

National Poetry Month: April 18th

Buddhist Barbie by Denise Duhamel

In the 5th century B.C.
an Indian philosopher Gautama
teaches “All is emptiness”
and “There is no self.”
In the 20th century A.D. 32 more words

Poetry

One Page Poetry Circle—Recap of Poetry & Science

The One Page Poetry Circle met on On March 8 to discuss Poetry and Science.

Abigail began the evening with May Kendall’s, “The Lay of the Trilobite… 524 more words

Emily Dickinson

LOST

“Poetry can refine our experience through expressive, heightened, rhythmic and shifting tonal structures of language. It can wake us up. ”

—Anne Waldman

Below is the poem challenging the norms and predescribed notions of the society.

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