From Blake’s “America a Prophecy” to the vicissitudes of history, this hyper-illuminated hybrid responds to the sedition of January 6, 2021: Weary History on Meta/ Phor(e) /Play
“Death is a tribe,” five poem from Linda Chown on Meta/ Phor(e) /Play accompanied by four digital artworks by Michael Dickel. Check out their work…
A poem, Kiddush on the Solstice, and digital landscapes, HaEtz HaChaim 1–7, from Michael Dickel on Meta/ Phor(e) /Play.
Steven Sher ((Shlomo Yashar) has six poems in Meta/ Phor(e) /Play) ranging through memory, seeking clarity in shadows as the one searching for his beloved in Sher’s poem, Beshert…
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ordinary headline breaths — 6 poems by gary lundy on Meta/ Phor(e) /Play
Kinga Fabó provides metaphysical glimpses in the mirror find more than meets the eyes… with commentary translator George Szirtes.
Dennis Formento reflects on Snyder, Di Prima, environmental & urban poetics, & his stasis + 14 haiku from Spirit Vessels.
Five poems from Jerusalem, written by Ester Karen Aida, on Meta/ Phor(e) /Play.
Two elegiac poems by Michael Dickel | Meta/ Phor(e) /Play
Six haiku ranging from current events to nature to mystery, from Brazilian poet and translator Thaís Fernandes.
Moon Song, Driving it Home and Keeping it There, Vanishing Act | Three Poems by Jennifer Juneau | Meta/ Phor(e) /Play
Three poems from Karen Alkalay-Gut: What I need, I am a connoisseur of insomnia, and Avishag Speaks.
Six poems by gary lundy—through sights and sounds into observations close and deep.
Five poems from By a Lake Near a Moon: Fishing with the Chinese Masters—Adaptations from Kenneth Rexroth’s 100 Poems from the Chinese
Visual poetry/commentary/sociology/whatever it is to you. Nex(+)us by Michael Dickel on Meta/Phor(e)/Play.
A flight of fancy—escape through language, desire, politics—an end game—a poem by Michael Dickel.
The voices speak poetry even as so much else happens, including the poet going out | Michael Dickel | Meta/ Phor(e) /Play
Three poems by gary lundy—“what does life account for after all. a brush stroke here. there. a few words follow. memorable or not.”