Eula Biss is a wonder. She teases out the history and ethics of capitalism – what is it, really? – of work and labor, of art and making art, all told through the lens of every day experience; of living and being and parenting and partnering and working and making and loving. She explores what
Category: Open Arts
A young adult novel that is for all of us. Baby not only is a great story but features poetry– including Edna St Vincent Millay and William Carlos Williams. Tap dancing, beaches and a baby, Sophie, left by her mother with a close-knit island family for a few seasons. Everyone is touched by Sophie and
This was my favorite interview in a while: https://kdrt.org/audio/joan-frank-late-work-juniper-street-5-commandments-writing
To quote JNaz, WOW and WHOA In reading this article from The Guardian: For Ukrainians, poetry isn’t a luxury, it’s a necessity during war I discovered Words for War: Words for War Website, and this poem by Halyna Kruk got me: A Woman Named Hope — which one got you?
Well this was a fun surprise from LitHub: Now You Too Can Bake Like Emily Dickinson This Holiday Season
And, yes, give four minutes to this. You will be glad that you did.
This just blew me away. Mesmerizing. Hynotising. Stunning. Heads up – the audio is INTENSE. Start with your sound way down.
Cruising on the rails, I am surfing Aeon and read this captivating article about the impact of non humans on humans — a friend of mine is working on the concept of digital citizenship instead of geographical citizenship, which this reminds me of and inspires me to keep thinking. Please enjoy – am curious your
https://www.poetryfoundation.org/podcasts/158436/the-future-trembles I know that I often enthuse about Helena de Groot and Poetry Off the Shelf but, trust me, this one really bears listening to. These two go deep. And then deeper. Do yourself a favor. Download it to your phone, put your earbuds in and have a close listen. I believe you will be