Grace Curtis to teach poetry to children in Israel, as well as give a talk on the life of a poet to college students
Grace Curtis, author of The Shape Of A Box will be traveling to teach poetry to junior high school aged children in a summer camp at an Arab town in Israel from June 12-24. She will also be giving a talk to third year college students on living the life of a poet and the creative writing impulse. Grace is hoping to meet with Arab-Israeli poets during her trip which will last a total of three and a half weeks.
Olivia Stiffer author of Otherwise, we are safe can be connected to, read, and heard at: http://www.oliviastiffler.com
Olivia Stiffler author of Otherwise, we are safe can be connected to, read, and heard at: http://www.oliviastiffler.com/
Brian Volk, author, and brother John Volk, illustrator. of Flesh Becomes Word is interviewed by Around Cincinnati’s Barbara Gray on WVXU, January 26, at 7pm.
Poet Linda Stern has had four poems published in Volume 8, Issue 2 of Mezzo Cammin.
Eric Hoffman author of Life At Braintree (Dos Madres 2008), The American Eye (Dos Madres 2011), and By The Hours (Dos Madres 2013), has two new books out: Oppen: A Narrative and Chester Brown: Conversations.
Owen Lewis on YouTube reads at New York University from his new book of poems Sometimes Full Of Daylight.
Essay by David Katz: Freedom’s Form: Robert Duncan’s ‘My Mother Would Be A Falconress’ and the Metrical Code
David Katz (Claims of Home, Dos Madres Press 2010) essay “Freedom’s Form: Robert Duncan’s ‘My Mother Would Be a Falconress’ and the Metrical Code” in Kin Poetry Journal.