WHY?

What’s left — a soul exploded on stage hoping to save the sun For shit days, getting old in the face of lies, greed, war As love, a need to give, lift us up, deepens the sore The ulcer of the heart— (Get out before you’re used up, get out before you plan Or perhaps […]

In Defense of the N. E. A.

In Defense of the N.E. A. The most powerful of human expressions Are unfinished poems, works of art The findings in science Because they offer imagination, invention Healing and hope– all come Out of the Unknown– A finished work is A gift of creative process, but it is the process That gives the gift, so […]

What Should Americans Be Reading?

What Should Americans Be Reading Now?   By Joe Heim March 2 ~ Washington Post ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Juan Felipe Herrera, 68, is the son of immigrant farmworkers from Mexico. He was born in California and lives there with his wife and children but is in Washington regularly for his position.Is this a good time to be […]

Rayn Roberts @ Tsuga Fine Arts Gallery April 8 2017 7 pm

  Rayn Roberts presents traditional and experimental forms of poetry on many subjects gathered on travels from across the world. He also includes humor and things you would never think to find in a book of poems.  He’s very entertaining and funny, but you must be ready to think, cringe, smirk and question as well. […]