If I know my angels, I know what they would say --Joe Henry He came to me In a whisky-blue dream In midtown Manhattan. He wasn't angry anymore. He seemed happy to find Me again, my old self. Picking up his ghost guitar, He played me a new song. He played it sweet and
Continuing his support of New York's rich literary tradition, Governor Cuomo appointed Marie Howe as the state poet laureate on August 29, 2012. Throughout her two-year term, the poet laureate promotes and encourages poetry writing throughout New York by giving public readings and talks within the state.
Sep 30 2015
Doors open at 6:30 PM with refreshments. Preview screening of the film at 7PM with ecological poetry readings included and a live discussion with the audience follows at 8PM. There's a reception with refreshments until 9 PM. Author and Activist: The Daniela Gioseffi Story tells of a poet's struggle to make art of of civil rights, democratic equality, human rights and climate justice activism. Grace Paley, Galway Kinnell, Allen Ginsberg and George Plimpton appear briefly as do poets Nancy Mercado, George Guida, Angelina Oberdan and others. The film covers recent years of American history and infuses poetry within a life-affirming inspirational docu-drama followed with discussion with the audience and reception.
32 Second Ave. at E. 2nd St. Lower Manhattan10003 New York City, New York
#6 train to Bleedker St. or M15 Bus to 3rd St.
Aug 11 2015
This summer the Academy of American Poets continues its tradition of offering poetry readings featuring a diverse lineup of poets sharing their latest work at the historic New York Public Library. Our readings are made possible in part by funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and the New York State Council on the Arts.
Free and open to the public. Capacity is limited. Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Fifth Avenue at 42nd Street10018 New York, New York
2nd Floor, Room 227
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How many dawns, chill from his rippling rest The seagull's wings shall dip and pivot him, Shedding white rings of tumult, building high Over the chained bay waters Liberty-- Then, with inviolate curve, forsake our eyes As apparitional as sails that cross Some page of figures to be filed away; --Till elevators
for the 43 members of Hotel Employees and Restaurant Employees Local 100, working at the Windows on the World restaurant, who lost their lives in the attack on the World Trade Center
Alabanza. Praise the cook with the shaven head and a tattoo on his shoulder that said Oye