In Milwaukee it is snowing on the golden statue of the 1970s television star whose television house was in Milwaukee and also on the Comet Cafe and on the white museum the famous Spanish architect built with a glass elevator through it and a room with a button that when you press it makes two
In January 2017, the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters named Karla Huston the poet laureate of Wisconsin. She is the author of the poetry collection A Theory of Lipstick (Main Street Rag, 2013), which received an Outstanding Achievement Award from the Wisconsin Library Association. She lives in Appleton, Wisconsin.
Apr 22 2018
The Bach Chamber Choir, under the direction of Brian McLinden, presents American Poets:
Experience the imagination of our greatest poets, past and present, as words come to life through lush and lively music interpretations of Emily Dickinson, Robert Frost, Dana Gioia, Walt Whitman, Edgar Allen Poe, Sara Teasdale, Langston Hughes and more.
St. Christopher Episcopal Church (7845 N. River Road, River Hills, WI 53217).
TICKETS: $18 at the door, $17 in advance, $10 for students. $1 discount for seniors (cash or check, please).
For tickets and information call (414) 319-9816 or visit bachchoirmilwaukee.com.
7845 N. River Road53217 River Hills, Wisconsin
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These are notes to lightning in my bedroom. A star forged from linen thread and patches. Purple, yellow, red like diamond suckers, children of the star gleam on sweaty nights. The quilt unfolds against sheets, moving, warm clouds of Chinook. It covers my cuts, my red birch clusters under pine. Under it your