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Dailies 6/21/18 - 1st day of summer

 Iain Haley Pollock – Liver of Sulfur

Our son isn’t due to arrive
for two weeks, but already he knows
the threat and wreck
of this place: a truck slammed… 70 more words


At a panel on Polish poetry, with the poet and artist Grzegorz Wroblewski, one of the audience members, clearly annoyed, said he was sick of the idea of the artist as outsider. 840 more words


I've Got A Future: Charles Atlas's "the past is here, the futures are coming"

What does art accomplish? It’s not such an easy question. Will work made make an impact on a political scale in the present and in the future, will it even resonate with forthcoming generations? 1,617 more words


Congratulations! Sarah Broom Poetry Prize finalists 2018

Sarah Broom Poetry Prize Finalists 2018

We are delighted to announce four finalists for the Sarah Broom Poetry Prize in 2018.

Stuart Airey is a poet with a day job as an optometrist, which involves using the logical, scientific part of his mind. 539 more words

Short story: The Dune by Stephen King, from The Bazaar of Bad Dreams. Highly Recommended.

Poem: Prophecy by Eileen Myles, listened to on the Poem of the Day podcast, from April 2018. 21 more words

The Ray Bradbury Challenge

In general I think writers are not smart. They are something else and each writer can fill in a word here, but smart is not what that word is. 7 more words


Women Writers

I’m reading Eileen Myles. I didn’t know who she was, until I read an article about a “punk poet.” Two words I’m drawn to–“Punk” and “Poet.” Two words I love. 904 more words