Virtual Book Launch! “Nightjar” by Michael Simms, w/ Gerry LaFemina, Gail Langstroth, and Sharon Fagan McDermott — Today!
Poet and classical scholar Rachel Hadas notes that the poems “recall the darkly vatic voice of Brecht’s late lyrics. Yet, Simms always sounds like himself: plainspoken, intimate, vulnerable, courageous.”
About this short film, Gail Langstroth writes: One hot, summer afternoon in New York City, the poet Anne Marie Macari and I met at the Bouchon Café, Time Warner Center, … Continue reading
About this video, Gail Langstroth writes: Places and landscapes speak. They imprint an image, leave a question, a wordless gesture or desire in our limbs. When I first approached the … Continue reading
http://www.wordmoves.com/uploads/files/17/the_stone_of_me.mp4 . the stone of me you lay your arm around me I feel its weight we sleep I wake to find your arm but not … Continue reading
. in the beginning wind shadow struggle stone I first visited the City of Culture, Santiago de Compostela, Spain, in March of 2011. Despite the grey and damp of … Continue reading
By the sea in the region of the ten cities they brought Him someone who was both deaf and mute. By the sea in the region of The Decapolis they … Continue reading