NO, this poem from hyper-talented poet Kristin Garth about someone drowning is NOT about Chappaquiddick. At least, we don’t think it is. We assume it’s not. It may-or-may-not be. It’s a terrific poem nevertheless.
SOMEHOW an escaped crazy person has made it to the New Pop Lit “Open Mic” microphone. Help! Actually, it’s only mysterious writer D.C. Miller (who has placed some terrific fiction with us). Listen while you can– before authorities close the show!
Dan Nielsen returns!– this time with the beautiful voice of Georgia Bellas. Georgia reads Dan’s FIVES to improvised electronic music recorded in their Sunporch Studio. They’re partners in a project called Sugar Whiskey. Worth a look.
TODAY we have a short but powerful poem by a fairly new poet who knocks it, with spoken word, out of the park. “Kristins” by Kristin Garth. Guaranteed we haven’t heard the last of her. (We plan to have Kristin back soon at the New Pop Lit Open Mic microphone.) Listen in: (Painting: “Nightmare” by […]
NEXT UP at the microphone is widely-published Ohio poet James Croal Jackson, with a knowing poem about an experience on a television game show. What could be better! (We’ll feature three of J.C. Jackson’s poems at our main site— next month!)
TONIGHT Detroit-area poet Erin Knowles Chapman steps to the microphone with a stellar performance of her own poem, “Gutter Ball.” Is it just about bowling? Take a listen. (Public domain spin art by “Kungfuman.”)
“Pioneers came west–” TODAY we have spoken word from Brian Eckert, one of the best new writers on the scene. Brian normally writes fiction– we have a terrific story of his upcoming– but he also writes striking poetry. In this case, a poem with words which provoke visual images– of Denver, and “western sky.” “Drive […]