Today's post is another in an occasional series presenting something you might not know about poets or poetry.
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I have a new poem, "The Flavor of Neruda in Pomaire", in an Escape Into Life feature titled Joy in Transgression: Poems on Poetry.
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Today's post is another in an occasional series in which Monday Muse offers facts you might not know about poets, poems, or poetry and publishing.
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Monday Muse looks at "Speleology", a film by photographer Scott Rank and poet and sound artist Duriel Harris, who reads her poem "Speleology":
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A quote from Cecile Inglessis Margellos's interview with Greek poet Kiki Dimoula is the Thought for the Day.
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Carl Sharpe introduces me and a few of my poems to VerseWrights today.
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At the Woodberry Poetry Room at Harvard's Lamont Library, machine-answering-length poems recorded on cassettes by such poets as Allen Ginsberg, Denise Levertov, Donald Hall, Jane Kenyon, and James Tate have been placed in an interactive exhibit "Phone-a-Poem". In addition, 15 digitally recorded poems by contemporary poets, including Dan Beachy-Quick, Charles Bernstein, Forrest Gander, and Anne Waldman, have been made available. For more about the exhibit, which also features correspondence…Continue
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The National Cherry Blossom Festival begins next week in Washington, D.C. To celebrate, I've posted Haiku Chronicles' video "Blossom Storm", featuring poetry, dance, music, and cherrry blossoms.
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I'm featuring today a fascinating 14-minute audio recording of a 1962 interview of Sylvia Plath by Peter Orr of The British Council. During the interview, Plath talks about her poetry writing, sources of inspiration and influence, novel writing, even an interest in medicine. I also provide the link to a dark and compelling film "Lady Lazarus: Sylvia Plath" by the late experimental filmmaker and radical feminist Sandra Lahire.…Continue
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Monday Muse profiles Frank X Walker, Kentucky's new Poet Laureate, who will be inducted formally on April 24.
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Here's a new title from my publisher, T.S. Poetry Press: 'Inspired: 8 Ways to Write Poems You Can Love' (something of mine is included):…Continue
I've posted a review of Amanda Auchter's wonderful new collection of poetry about New Orleans, 'The Wishing Tomb':
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I recently learned that The Poetry Society in the United Kingdom sponsors "Poetry Surgeries". In my essay, I have fun with the concept.
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I've posted two new poems, "Love at the Five 'n Diner" and "Forget White Linens", for today's Diner Poems Challenge.
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Today, Monday Muse profiles new Virginia Poet Laureate Sofia M. Starnes, who succeeds Kelly Cherry.
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