https://youtu.be/jXDsVtCj2dI This week, it’s Ken Hart’s turn to share his poetry. Ken participated in our 2017 “Madam, I’m Adam” Poetry & BBQ. Ken read alongside his good friend Tony Hoagland and Brian Turner. Ken is a professor at NYU and spends his summers in Alaska. He sent us…
https://youtu.be/cEugLgctwVU Jennifer Horne reads her poem “Habitation” from her book The Bottle Tree. This week, it’s Jennifer Horne’s turn to share her poetry. Jennifer was scheduled to be one of our poets at this past April’s Poetry and BBQ entitled “Neighboring States.” Jennifer is the poet…
Carol Lynne Knight reads her poem “Girlfriends Go to the Beach” https://youtu.be/SR7z6E3yrN4 This week we bring you Carol Lynne Knight. Carol was one of our first ever Poetry & BBQ poets when she read at our 2012 “On the Day of Fools” event. Her recorded…
Monarchs Like gray haired first graders, They sit all in a line in their small chair desks, silent and alone, under the stale blue fluorescence of the nursing home. Polaroid portraits border the bulletin board, that they themselves do not…
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