The robin's eye
is a hole opening
into a universe
which is contemplating a river.
— Matthew Rohrer, "Poem Against Wordsworth"
Big City Lit Poets
The Cornelia Street Café
29 Cornelia Street
b/t Bleecker & West 4th)
Cover $6 (includes one house drink)
A reading to celebrate the Big City Lit Spring Poetry Feature with contributors
Jeanne Marie Beaumont, Marion Brown, Claudia Carlson, Jay Chollick, Allen C. Fischer,
Janet Hamill, Pamela Hart, Kate Irving, Dean Kostos,Richard Levine, Philip Miller,
M. A. Schaffner, Anna Soo-Hoo, Matthew J. Spireng, Margo Stever, Melinda Thompson,
Angelo Verga and Barry Wallenstein.
(Note: List is not restrictive nor preclusive of other themes.)
Epigrams; Moving/Motion; Dust; Corridors; Insects; Cemeteries; Smoking; Infanticide; Surrealism; Timepieces; Kites; Suicide; 'Lovesick'; Hands and Gloves; Wells; Windmills; and Small Town Wherewithal. (Bolding indicates features which are scheduled to appear very soon.)
Consult Submissions for guidelines, Masthead for editorial policy.
Please query first on articles over 750 words.