Tag Archives: Nestor Perlongher

April: National Poetry Month. Post 1: Nestor Perlongher in translation

a Originally uploaded by Liz Henry I’m going to try to post every day in April on poetry and poetics. This blog has got some poetry in it, if you dig deep underneath the feminist eyerolling and disability rights and … Continue reading

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Long poems last for a long time

Lately, poetry is all coming in floaty long phrases. It’s all endless stretching introductions full of commas. I think it’s because I’m in a beginning, and don’t have the clarity to send down a full stop sort of root into … Continue reading

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Reading tonight in Oakland

I’ll be reading tonight at the Nomad Cafe in Oakland… It’s on Shattuck and 65th St., walking distance from Ashby BART. 7:00-9:00. Serene will read a few poems, then I’ll read my poems and translations, and then a break and … Continue reading

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