I sit by the window and watch a great mythological bird go down in flames. In fact, it’s a kite the neighborhood troublemaker has set on fire. Twenty-one and still living at home, deciding when to cut through a screen and chop us into little pieces. “He wouldn’t hurt a fly,” his mother would say, as they packed our
Apr 07 2015
A reading with Carmen Giménez Smith and Ernesto Quiñonez.
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350 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.07102 Newark, New Jersey
Paul Robeson Campus Center, Rooms 255-257
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Acclaimed poet John Yau and bestselling author Rachel Kushner will read from their work.
91 University Pl.08540 Princeton, New Jersey
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Poets C.A. Conrad and Dorothea Lasky and four seniors in the Program in Creative Writing at Princeton University read from their work.
122 Nassau Street08542 Princeton, New Jersey
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It's the fern beyond the wind, the classic Eruptions. Night is a funnel that is overcome. Violence of signs beyond the pale. Stasis Has its own way, the hard work, the violence. Convalesce, convalesce in the green green World, in which you could hardly walk, But that was before, before life set its rhythms In