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Eileen Myles - I Must Be Living Twice (Literature Review)

Eileen Myles is one of America’s most renowned writers, known for her inimitable approach to verse and poignant stanzas that strike the hearts of many who read her work. 487 more words

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Fonograf Editions captures poets on vinyl sans shaky, tremulous, high-toned voices


There’s a fascinating piece at The Paris Review called Wax Poetic: Fonograf Editions brings poets to vinyl – Carson Vaughan – May 15, 2017. It tells the history of the recording company that puts out vinyl records of poets reading their work.  153 more words

#100, speak and spell, teach and tell, count and swell

“we can’t build a wall. we can only spout pure water again and again and drown his lies” (Eileen Myles, Resist Much, obey little… 478 more words


March 30: "our happiness"

was when the
lights were

the whole city
in darkness

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


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

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



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