Monthly Archives: April 2012
By Kathleen | Published: April 23, 2012
“…that fosters a growing community of writers and listeners in an increasingly isolationist, fragmented age” is what the lovely inter-genre Wit Rabbit Series seeks to create, and they seek to create it the first Tuesday of each month, from 7-9 pm, at Quenchers Saloon at 2401 N. Western Avenue here in Chicago. On Tuesday, May 1st, you can come [...]
By Kathleen | Published: April 21, 2012
…just released their Chicago Issue, and I–and a lot of other Chicago poets/artists–have work in it. You can check out the online edition here for free, or order the print one here. It looks like this: Thanks to Didi Menendez and Bill Allegrezza for the editorial prowess.
By Kathleen | Published: April 19, 2012
…is the rate of poeming that Dave Landsberger, Eric Plattner, and I were able to keep up during this afternoon’s Poems While You Wait at the Arlington Heights Memorial Library in honor of National Poetry Month. As you can see (sort of) from the sign… …we were strewn among the stacks this time, so that [...]
By Kathleen | Published: April 16, 2012
Now that National Poetry Month is halfway over, I thought I’d say: the posts I’ve made for Harriet, the Poetry Foundation blog, for April so far can be found here (on “Let People Poems”), here (on how “Type Unread is Dead”), here (on Chuck Jones’ rules for Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner cartoons), and [...]
By Kathleen | Published: April 2, 2012
In honor of National Poetry Month, I–and many, many other poets–will be writing for Harriet, the blog of the Poetry Foundation. You can check out my first post, “Steel Cage Poem Death Match,” here. Be sure to visit often.