Recently, I went for a walk. Air was tickling its heat against my bare skin: elbows, knees, thighs. The sky above was permed, curly white ringlets of clouds interrupting the denim blue. I had nowhere to be, so time no […]
Who says collaborators have to be alive?
Photo Credit: Mike Geffner of Inspired Word NYC I am on a strict diet lately. Luckily, this diet allows for carbs. And meat. Sugar is permissible as well. Dairy is allowed, though as a lactose intolerant, I already limit that to a […]
1. What one word describes your writing/performance style? Release. 2. What are the best words on your writing anyone has ever given you? “Come direct first, after that make it clever and sweet cause all the fun is in […]
Feature Writers: Aimee Herman & Ilka Scobie Aimee Herman’s poetics deconstruct the architecture of gender and bodies. Aimee experiments with the language of bones, crack them open, count the syllables stuffed inside, and smear what translates onto the page. Ilka […]
Poetry Teachers NYC will be teaching workshops in October & December of 2013. Our workshops will consist of 3 Teachers: Dan Dissinger, Aimee Herman, and Megan DiBello. We will focus on a student Reviving old work, Reacting to other students […]
Photo: Montréal, 2008 – Magazine OVNI no 2 Jacob Wren writes of life in the political realm, life as unavoidably political. He’s been an active writer and performance artist in Montreal, has published numerous books, including my favorite Unrehearsed Beauty, and […]
On Wednesday, May 22nd, we’re holding our monthly Open Mic/Feature Series at Milk and Roses. This month, Poetry Teachers NYC has a DOUBLE FEATURE: Thomas Fucaloro and Ryan Buynak! Interested in finding out more about these two amazing poets, well, […]
Here is a sneak peak of our upcoming T-shirts that will be for sale at our March 2nd Fundraiser at Comedy Bar, Woot!!