Books of the Month! Two new books by Ted Greenwald.
“Is it cynical or is it innocent? He has an almost machinic way. But is it utopian? The most progressive of Ted Greenwald’s poems are just that. No, they all are: forward thinking, Sagittarian, and wildly Americanly kind.” –Eileen Myles
Enter now to win The Age of Reasons and Common Sense
by Ted Greenwald
News & Highlights
NaPoMo16: Philip Whalen’s “Hymnus Ad Patrem Sinensis”
When asked about his favorite poem, Michael Rothenburg replied with “Hymnus Ad Patrem Sinensis” by Philip Whalen from The Collected Poems of Philip Whalen. Hymnus Ad Patrem Sinensis I praise those ancient Chinamen Who left me a few words, Usually a pointless joke or a silly question A line of poetry drunkenly scrawled on the…...
NaPoMo16: Sarah Blake & Monica Ong’s “Etymology of an Untranslated Cervix”
When asked about her favorite poem, Sarah Blake replied with “Etymology of an Untranslated Cervix” by Monica Ong from Silent Anatomies. ETYMOLOGY of an UNTRANSLATED CERVIX In Rufumbira, the local language here in Kisoro, there is no word for cervix, and the word vagina is a shameful, dirt word, rarely uttered. -Erin Cox, MD This space…...