4th Annual NAPOMO 30/30/30 :: Day 6 :: AUDEN IN ICELAND :: Andre Bagoo on W.H. Auden
When he was a child, W. H. Auden had a friend. One weekend, when Robert Medley was staying at the Audens' home at Harborne, England, Auden's mother found a poem that alarmed her. She gave it to Auden's father, physician
4th Annual 30/30/30 :: Day 5 :: Elizabeth Harlan-Ferlo on Linda Gregerson
My transition from “actor” to “writer” turned out to be harder than I thought. I was in my second year at Oberlin and had begun to drift away from the theatre community that had been so much of my self-definition.
3rd ANNUAL NAPOMO 30/30/30 :: DAY 10 :: CONOR MESSINGER on MICHAEL McCLURE
[textwrap_image align="right"]http://www.theoperatingsystem.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/photo1-1.jpg[/textwrap_image]Clive Barker’s Hellraiser comes to mind when I try to reexamine Michael McClure. The box, the film’s main plot element, establishes an alluring promise to the observer based on curiosity, the glow of technology, intrigue, craft, only to show
2nd Annual NAPOMO 30/30/30 :: DAY 12 :: Abigail Welhouse on Suzanne Gardinier
"'What defines the ghazal is a constant longing,'” Suzanne Gardinier writes in a letter to her friend, poet Agha Shahid Ali, written after his passing - a line of Ali's from years earlier. The traditional ghazal form follows strict meter and rhyme, and consists