The raging sea! Well captured in this spoken word poem by Daniel Miller, who has appeared previously at the New Pop Lit microphone as D. C. Miller. Take a listen.
New Pop Lit‘s Open Mic is back! After a brief hiatus during which our editors endured attacks, got married, and experienced other fun stuff, we return with another truly terrific poem by D.C. Miller. We’ve begun asking of late for the literary art to be reinvented. No one is doing this in the poetry realm […]
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.
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 rare video of Philadelphia underground poetry legend Frank D. Walsh in a “Poets Beat Mines” performance (mines, not mimes) from approximately 12/17/2009. The venue is likely The Irish Times saloon at 2nd and Bainbridge in Philadelphia. Frank is accompanied by Miss Blake on mandolin, who reads some verse herself. This was in […]
Dan Nielsen is BACK! Gracing us with more of his unique word-Picasso art. Take a listen.
OUR ONGOING Open Mic continues with this scintillating reading of several poems by dynamic spoken word star Dan Nielsen titled “A Rolling Stone.”
EXCLUSIVE! New Pop Lit has acquired a recording purporting to be of legendary Hollywood figure Katharine Hepburn reading a classic poem written by mysterious poet Blixa BelGrande. Talent upon talent! Is it for real? It’s definitely a real recording. Let us know what you think.