Monthly Archives: August 2016

this rough-barked sequoia stump, sitting in majesty in its coastal home, victim of wildfire, burned down to its gnarly roots, its nicks, holes and char, eons of scars, life seemingly cut off, goddess snake alive inside the concentric circles, the smell of wood and scorch of fire, at the verge of our infinity, in its truth ~ pristine rugged pulsing haunted by the geometry of limbs, the calculus of green, the algebraic… Read More

To view the video if you are reading from email, please link through to the site. Poet Neal Hall’s website is HERE. Δ A reminder to join us –  The Bardo Group Bequines – at The BeZine for 100,000 Poets (and other artists and friends) for Change (100TPC): on September 15th for the Zine and on September 24th for the 100TPC virtual event, which is celebrated from our blog.  The themes for both are Environment… Read More

FELLOWSHIPS Opportunity Knocks THE DOROTHY AND LEWIS B. CULLMAN CENTER FOR SCHOLARS AND WRITERS/THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY “The competition for the 2017-18 fellowship is now open.  The deadline is 5 p.m. EST, September 30th, 2016 for application submissions. “The Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers is an international fellowship program open to people whose work will benefit directly from access to the collections at the Stephen A. Schwarzman… Read More

Music – the sister art to poetry – is always an engaging subject and labor rights and history are – or should be –  of serious interest for those of us in the 99%. Hence what a delight to learn that HamiltonSeen, a Canadian film production company, is in the process of exploring the life, work and relevance of Swedish-American labor activist and songwriter, Joe Hill.  In this interview, Zena Hagerty, producer and musician, explains … JAMIE: How… Read More