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March 30: "our happiness"

was when the
lights were
out

the whole city
in darkness

& we drove north
to our friend’s
yellow apt.
where she had
power & we… 86 more words

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Sunday's Quote

“Sunday is a likely day to write a poem. Because poetry is a piece of language flying around: you’ll find notebooks, something on your phone. It’s about finding them and getting them off that crumpled piece of paper and onto my computer.”

Eileen Myles

From The Pink Shed

poetry on vinyl

At the intersection of two passions — poetry and vinyl — Fonograf Editions is carving itself a small, bold niche. Calling itself “a vinyl record-only poetry press,” Fonograf is based out of Portland, Oregon, and is an arm of… 67 more words

Poetry

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Radio Open Source calls itself “an American conversation with global attitude.” In each weekly segment, host Christopher Lydon converses with his guest about ideas, politics and culture. 40 more words

Poetry

A Virtual Interview Desiree Morales

Poets Desiree Morales and Ashley Smith Keyfitz  will be the featured readers on Thursday, February 9, 2017 7:15 – 9:00 p.m. at BookWoman (5501 N. Lamar #A-105, Austin, TX). 1,360 more words

Poetry

New York (Inferno)

From “New York” in Inferno (A Poet’s Novel) by Eileen Miles (New York: OR Books, 2010)

“We agreed to meet in the lobby of The Park Sheraton. 189 more words

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Eileen Myles at Waterstones in Deansgate Manchester - a night of readings

Before tonight I knew next to nothing about Eileen Myles. A week ago I’d happened to be browsing the stacks in Waterstones when I saw a poster advertising her appearance the following week in conjunction with the Manchester Literature Festival. 553 more words