If we can’t turn this tanker in the canal / and it’s locks from here to the rising sea, / who wants to blow me as the world drowns? NEIL SURKAN “Scratched in a Stall on the Seasong” from THEIR QUEER TENDERNESS
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“This felt true to me. It felt timely. And I had no idea how to even begin.” “Your voice will never die. / That is to say I’ll hear it” Both of these new collections, by poets I already hold dear, have shook me to my core and will stay with me forever. – KIRBY, […]
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MICHAEL CAVUTO COUNTRY POEMS reads with ROBIN BROX at DAVID HADBAWNIK’s HOUSE READING 2 30 MAY 2020 8:30PM ZOOM LINK HERE
The table is set. 8PM Sharp. Please note: This event is SOLD OUT. It is being held down the hall from our poetry shop at Small World Music Centre, Artscape Youngplace, a small accessible auditorium which seats approximately 60 people comfortably.