Monthly Archives: October 2010

Soul of the Earth

21 Poets, 1 Planet… An anthology to inspire hope in humanity – full of ‘lifeboat poetry’, Soul of the Earth is life-affirming, accessible and profound. Challenging received wisdoms and pushing boundaries, these cutting edge poems are from living writers who … Continue reading

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Rattapallax Blog

Much of the summer Your Wily SPLABman was busy reading poems and interviewing Northwest poets for a Ratapallax Magazine feature. You can see biographies here. There’s a chance we’ll start doing some radio again. The Rattapallax feature is linked here: … Continue reading

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Living Room w/ Maryna Ajaja and Mayakovsky

To open up our second SPLAB Living Room Tuesday, November 2, Maryna Ajaja will read a small essay on rhythm, How Are Verses Made? by Russian poet Vladimir Mayakovsky. Why Mayakovsky?  Because he was a revolutionary poet, a genius, a … Continue reading

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Sam Hamill at Doe Bay

October 31 – Sam Hamill – 7PM Reading. Sam Hamill is the author of more than forty books, including fifteen volumes of original poetry (most recently Measured by Stone and Almost Paradise: New & Selected Poems & Translations); four collections … Continue reading

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