What Lives Inside Bernadette Mayer's Project, "Memory"
The poet's durational experiment wherein she wrote about, and shot a full roll of film every day for, one month in 1971 is being published in book form for the first time by Siglio Press.
Rachel Rabbit White Wants You To Write Poetry On The Clock
Ahead of the release of her book "Porn Carnival," the writer and poet discusses personas, orgies, and how a Seal song (yes, that one) became an unlikely inspiration for one of her poems.
Fiona Alison Duncan
The Love Poems of Japan’s Heian Court Were the Original Thirst Texts
In this week's Sex Scenes, the ability to write poetry of beauty illustrated the external beauty of Heian-era writers.
Rachel Rabbit White
GARAGE Magazine Issue 15
Just Don’t Do It: Anne Boyer On the Power of Saying “No”
An excerpt from the Cy Twombly Award–winning poet’s latest book shows us how to refuse, reject, and rebel.
This Curator of Spoken Word Has a Mission to Create "Pop-Up Churches of the Soul"
With a new performance series, Philadelphia Contemporary’s Yolanda Wisher wants to shake off the old ways of curating.