Tuesday, September 28, 2010

People in Our Neighborhood -

In case you have been moonstuck by that incredible harvest moon hanging above our heads, here's what's been going on in our neighborhood--

January O'Neil reviews the movie HOWL about poet Allen Ginsberg.


Midge Raymond has a great post on perseverance of the writer and it's not just because she mentions my "Submit like a Man" post, though that was very nice of her!


Diane Lockward blogs about Poetry and Art and has a link to Didi Menendez's incredible magazine mixing two of my favorite people Poets and Artists (& yes, that's the name of the magazine!)   You can check it out here.

Ronda Broatch was visited by her muse, a black bear.  And got some amazing photos.  Since Ronda lives about 10 minutes away from me and this big guy has been seen all over my small town, it's even more intriguing to me.


Sandra Beasley blogs about the Best American Poetry reading and was "hidden from the audience by Gerald Stern's hat" (that could be a line from a poem!)  And she has video of the reading here at her blog.


Barry Napier is having a giveaway for his new book of poems, A Mouth for Picket Fences and you can read more about his book and his writing in an interview here.


And that's just a few of the many happenings in our poetry community this week!


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Always love to hear from you...and the anonymous option is open for those feeling shy.

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