Schlagwort: Marie Howe

Some poems for pleasure

It’s National Poetry Month and You Haven’t Read a Single Poem Yet, Have You? I don’t know many people who like poetry, though I do know a good number of people who read. Poetry remains rarefied and uninviting—or is the better word unappealing?—which is… Continue Reading „Some poems for pleasure“

116. From San Francisco to Your Living Rooms: The Nothing Is Hidden Reading Series

BY HARRIET STAFF*) Genine Lentine runs the Nothing Is Hidden reading series in San Francisco. Of the series, she writes: Nothing Is Hidden is a monthly series of readings, screenings, and artist talks that celebrates the 40th anniversary of Shunryu Suzuki’s classic book Zen Mind,… Continue Reading „116. From San Francisco to Your Living Rooms: The Nothing Is Hidden Reading Series“