The scrape of palette knife an accident of memory…
Image-ine: Child Poet
She grew up to be a poet…
Alice and the Chinese Jar 5
Below are the final five poems from the recent Twitter poetry party.
Alice and the Chinese Jar 4
Something unusual happened with this group during the Twitter poetry party; you’ll see it in the last two poems.
Alice and the Chinese Jar
Last Thursday night, there was another gathering of the Tweetspeakers for a Twitter poetry party.
National Poetry Month: Maureen Doallas — and a Giveaway
Maureen Doallas is an honors graduate of Vassar College, and has been a features writer and editor for more than 35 years. One of her poems is included in the Gulf of Mexico charity anthology Oil and Water… and Other Things That Don’t Mix (LL-Publications, 2010); two poems appear at Poets for Living Waters; and […]
Talking with Maureen Doallas about “Neruda’s Memoirs”
An interview with poet Maureen Doallas, about her background and poetic history, going into the publishing of her first book ‘Neruda’s Memoirs.’
“Neruda’s Memoirs: Poems” by Maureen Doallas
You know how it can be with expectations. You wait and wait and wait for something, and then when it comes, you feel slightly deflated, because the expectation was bigger than the reality. That didn’t happen with Neruda’s Memoirs: Poems by Maureen Doallas. In fact, just the opposite happened. The reality exceeded my expectations, and […]
Diane Walker Reads Title Poem “Neruda’s memoirs”
Diane Walker, a friend of poet Maureen Doallas, reads the title poem from Maureen’s recently published Neruda’s Memoirs: Poems. (Diane created the video, too.)
“Neruda’s Memoirs” by Maureen Doallas
Maureen Doallas is a regular participant in our poetry jams on Twitter, and the author of blog Writing Without Paper. Her online eye ranges over a vast array of art, poetry and culture, and she freely shares what she she finds with the rest of us. T.S. Poetry Press has just published (“just” as in […]
National Poetry Month: Maureen Doallas
Maureen Doallas is one of our regular contributors to the Tweetspeak Poetry-sponsored poetry jams on Twitter. She writes beautiful words, and not just poetry. She blogs at Writing Without Paper, where she covers poetry, art and culture in general – and covers them comprehensively and with great depth and insight. Below are two of Maureen’s poems. […]
Walter Bargen: Days Like This Are Necessary
Last summer, I drove to a high school in a central St. Louis suburb for a writing and publishing fair. Seminars were held inside the school; the parking lot had been cordoned off for booths, demonstration areas and even a children’s playground. I wandered around the large number of booths, and then came to one […]
New Orleans Poem: We Can Remember
Americana poem peeks into New Orleans, white columns, and water washed.