Thursday, December 25
Tuesday, September 30
18th Annual Subterranean Poetry ReadingSaturday, October 4, 2008 at 2pm
with: JJ Blickstein, Steve Cotten, Teresa Genovese, Steve Hirsch, Geof Huth, Maryrose Larkin, Susan McKechnie, Wayne Montecalvo, George Quasha, Alana Siegel, Lorna Smedman, Charles Stein, Carl Welden, and R. Dionysius Whiteurs
The Widow Jane Mine
Century House Historical Society
Rosendale, NY 12472
A $5 donation is suggested to benefit Century House
For directions, visit the Century House website at: http://centuryhouse.org/
A house reading in Manhattan, and you can email me at maryrose_at_gmail.com for details.
Tuesday, September 16
Barnes & Noble Reading Series is delighted to present poets Dale Favier, Dan Raphael, and Maryrose Larkin.
When: September 17, 7:00 p.m.
Barnes & Noble
Hosted by: Tom Mattox
Dale Favier has taught poetry, chopped vegetables, and written software for a living. Currently he works half-time as a massage therapist and half-time as a database administrator for a non-profit. He is a Buddhist, in the Tibetan tradition; he lives with his wife and two nearly grown children in
Dan Raphael: All that matters about dan raphael is the poetry, which he performs in places like Wordstock, Bumbershoot, Burning Word, Mountain Writers, Portland Jazz Festival and KBOO. His most recent books are Breath Test and Showing Light a Good Time; he's currently working on his new
Maryrose Larkin lives in
Sunday, September 14
Monday, June 23
I'm very much not thinking about blogging, poetry or poetics right now but I wanted to share that my dear friend and compatriot Judy Roitman's No Face is available from SPD. I've seen most of the book in manuscript and it is wonderful.
AND, Catherine Daly's Vauxhall just came out from Shearsman!
Buy these books. I dare you.
Wednesday, April 30
Sunday, February 17
Tuesday, January 29
Part of the problem of free writing, or writing through something is that what appears on the blog is fodder for what comes later, but mostly it feels like the work I would write if I were a lazy poet. Or a poet without interests.
I wanted to see what would happen to writing through when it was observed.