Three selected excerpts from Krysia Jopek’s Hourglass Studies, forthcoming from Crisis Chronicles Press.
Six poems by gary lundy—through sights and sounds into observations close and deep.
Any passage (metaphorically or literally) contains within it its messengers, its struggles, its need for wrestling.
Reading I will have the honor of participating in a reading in Tel Aviv with Lois Michal Unger and Karen Alkalay-Gut on 7 July 2013 at 7 pm. The reading is sponsored by the Israel Association of Writers in English (IAWE) to honor books published in the last […]
I’m taking a short rest from posting the experimental writing series for a promotional post. I have two new projects—one decades under development, the other a few days old. Also, while I’m at it, I have a couple of recent publications to mention as well. Call this self-promotion. […]
Weather, publication, travel Weather: Wind, Rain and Snow January entered stormily into Jerusalem, quite literally. By the end of the first week, several days of rain culminated in a windstorm with 100 km/h (56 mph) winds that took down several trees overnight on the 6th-7th. Our parking lot […]
Originally: 18 September, 2005, response to a 16 September, 2005, post by Gary Lundy on Tribe. Poet, Professor, and Gay Activist Louie Crew posted on his Facebook status that Robert Duncan was born today (7 January) in 1919 (see Louie Crew’s post and its links to more information […]
Fifteen of my poems published in Diogen The Swiss publisher Einhorn Verlag (Unicorn Publishers), run by Samira Bergman Karabeg, has published a handful of books under Einhorn Verlag and Dhira Verlag imprints. Publisher Bergman also produces two magazines, Diogen and Maxminus. Diogen has an annual print edition and […]
Last night, we lit the Channukiah (Menorah) for the third night of Channukah. In about ten days, the Winter Solstice will slip by. Shortly after that, Christmas comes. However, heavy snow and cold weather arrived in my former home of Minnesota, and rain and relatively cold weather settled […]