A question to our creative audience - poets and non poets alike: if we imagine ourselves in an epic, global room, whose hand would I see raise when asked if you were aware that today is World Poetry Day, an
The Operating System is thrilled to invite you to participate in the 3rd Annual 30-on-30-in-30 Poetry Month Celebration! In this series, we invite creative people from a range of backgrounds to share a story about how their work has been
“I was trying,” Mina Loy observed in 1927, with reference to her polyglot, punning, scholastic, asyntactic, unpunctuated free-verse poems, “to make a foreign language, because English had already been used.” Read more: http://marjorieperloff.com/reviews/loy-mysteries/#ixzz2Rp0FfojT Under Creative Commons License: Attribution from Morgan Vo, on and of Mina
William Carlos Williams: Backyard Artist I first experienced the poetry of William Carlos Williams in the fall of 1994, as an English major at Rutgers College. For me, it was an unforgettable experience. Williams' poetry shaped my own writing and philosophy
“How I'd like to think is as words come. Instead I think how they go. Catch them as they recede. This is because my brain is in my head and not someone else's so thoughts are leaving from the get-go.