Think then of summer in its urgency,
The passion that spring makes no choice about.
Imagine the voice of an old mourning
Dove. She holds the world's forgiven beauty…
—"Those Who Come For Time," Mary Legato Brownell
Contributors to the 2011 Spring Issue
Host: Guest-Editor Martin Mitchell
The Bloomingdale branch
of the NYPL
150 West 100th Street
(b/t Amsterdam & Columbus)
Featuring work by Mary Legato Brownell, Gretl Claggett, Margot Farrington,
Lesleigh Forsyth, David M. Katz, Gerry LaFemina, Lynn McGee, Charles Pierre, M.A. Schaffner and Wendy Sloan
Reading and musical event series
Features & open mike
Host: Ronnie Norpel
Ding Dong Lounge, 929 Columbus Ave.
@ 106th St. (B/C/#1 to 103)
Price: FREE! Happy Hour til 8!
When: 6:30 pm-9:00 pm, 1st & 3rd Wednesdays
Tract187.com Live stream starts at 7:00 pm
Philip Miller Tribute
Cornelia Street Café
Host: Patricia Brody
29 Cornelia Street
b/t Bleecker & West 4th
Cover $7 (includes one house drink)
Philip Winn Miller, teacher, poet, husband and father, age 67, of Mt. Union, Pennsylvania, passed peacefully early Monday morning, February 14, 2011, at home with his family. Read more
HVG Sunday Best Reading Series, WASHINGTON HGTS FREE RADIO: April 2011 Broadcast of Philip Miller poems read by Patricia Brody and the music of Duo Fortuna
(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.