Poets: how do we wish to play with the medium of film? Filmmakers: how do we wish to strum the currents of poetry? Is one the water and the other the ripple that proves it not glass? Is one the world and the other the bowl in which it is caught, like a sky in a lake so we see it twice?
Figment—a word that immediately conjures imagination the way in any crowd a shout of “Marco” will elicit at least one “Polo” in response. Figment—from the Latin fingere: to shape…
Join editor Katie Fagan as she becomes enraptured with Forrest Gander and Pura López-Colomé’s collaborative reading .
Carly Joy Miller shares her experience of hearing poetry at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books.
The combination of pure poetic lyricism bolstered by jazzy tunes proved to be more than entertaining.
Poetry and art are being hinged together by Carson and Anno to create what Carson explained to be a book about sleep. The 59-part series of poems focuses on Albertine Simone…
It was Walcott who stole the stage. His presence was one of wisdom and fervor. He wowed the audience with wizened intelligence and also deadpan, childish humor.