Tag: poetry

  • Poetry from India

    A journal based in Sikkam, India, published their second issue.  I highly recommend this for its depth and of work and artists of varying backgrounds. Teesta Rangeet – Poetry Journal http://teestarangeet.yolasite.com https://www.facebook.com/teestarangeet

  • Poet – Jack Gilbert

    Jack Gilbert, one of the last of a pioneering group of poets from the 50s and 60s, passed away on 11/11/12 at the age of 87. The follow poem is form my favorite collection of his, Refusing Heaven. Failing and Flying by Jack Gilbert Everyone forgets that Icarus also flew. It’s the same when love…

  • Stone Path Review – Fall 2012 – Is Here!

    We published the latest edition of Stone Path Review on the official website and it is also available as a PDF for reading, printing, and saving at www.issuu.com. Stone Path Review Artistic Journal is an online magazine about the paths we create and the media we use to express that path and the experience. Includes…

  • Lief Magazine Celebrates Life with Reading

    Review, with photos, of the Lief reading on 08/29/12.

  • Review – Eve’s Daughters

    The following is a review from the opening reception of Eve’s Daughters  on April 6th 2012 at Tarnish & Gold. Deep into Northeast Minneapolis, we found ourselves in the art district looking upon the space and gallery called “Tarnish & Gold“. The opening reception for “Eve’s Daughters” brought us here on a beautiful spring evening.…

  • Stone Path Review Spring 2012

    The Spring 2012 issue of Stone Path Review has been published. Featured are: poetry by Wendy Brown-Baez, Alan Kleiman, Deanna Reiter, William Ricci, Dara Syrkin, Hanakia Zedek; short stories by Craig Steele, Felice Scrittore; photography by Alyssa L; and a tribute to John Haines. In this issue we veer from our debut concerning literal paths,…

  • Eve’s Daughters art exhibition

    We went to an art and poetry exhibition on 04/06/12 at Tarnish & Gold Gallery and met two wonderful artists: Ashley Dull and Wendy Brown-Baez.  There are additional events coming up all related to the arts and National Poetry Month. In celebration of National Poetry Month an exhibition of paintings by Ashley Dull and poem scrolls by…

  • Essay – What is a Poem

    Many people write poetry, or at least have at some time in their life, for various reasons and purpose.  Perhaps while journaling, a poem emerged from a thicket of weeds and grass.  Or when a significant other attacked the heart and soul, the only solace to be found was buried deep within Neruda, Rilke, and…