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Category Archives: Poetry
There was a lovely event at Gloucester Writers Center for the new issue of Joseph Torra’s excellent magazine, and Greg Cook was there.
A poem in the new number of The Battersea Review http://batterseareview.com/poems/205-patrick-doud
In the city of the gulls, along with all the other pieces hatched by gulls clamoring sunrise law, there came you, largely a wound, to the courtyard of brick. Baby with a wormy wing, thinglet never to fledge, despite all … Continue reading
I want to say something briefly about my poems, Gabrielle’s drawings, and why we are putting them together tonight. There are the fragile, doomed arrangements of everything, despite intuitions of another, everlasting world that touches this one, that enfolds us … Continue reading
This past winter, Cape Ann Museum exhibited a show of Gabrielle Barzaghi’s drawings. Her work is all visionary landscapes and nightmare fantasy situations, and I was immediately taken with it. Gabrielle will soon be showing a huge new work at Trident Gallery in Gloucester. The … Continue reading