Video Poetry. The Holloway Series. Tom Raworth.

  Tom Raworth was a UK poet died 2017 he owed much of his influence in Language Poetry to contemporary movements in the USA, where he spent a considerable portion of his life. Editors note.     Tom Raworth is a London-based poet and visual artist whose many works include Ace (1974), West Wind (1984), Visible Shivers (1987), Eternal Sections (1993), Survival (1994), Clean & Well Lit (1996), and Let Baby Fall (2008); his Collected Poems was p.....

Fukushima. 5 Poems by Mitch Grabois Featured at Artvilla.com

  (i)   Fukushima   Radiation browns the waters like spilled cocoa and creeps across the sea   Laying naked on Santa Monica Beach at 2 a.m. I awake with a start my tongue burning the taste of marshmallows twisting my stomach   I’ve taken so many mind-expanding drugs I can sense what no one else can   Homeless, I have only my own life to save I.....

Spike. Poem excerpt from Cartoon Molecules by Robin Hislop

  A runaway on a Singularity slippery slope need not be a despairingly Sisyphean slide back but spike upward to an extremely great verticality allowing something relatively harmless today start a trend that results in something currently unthinkable a – Pandorean pandemonium   still he didn’t want to kill himself and his crew so he hatched a plan that systems possessing the same patterns of causal organization wil.....

A Philosophy of Yard by Jack Kolkmeyer. Collected Poems Reviewed by Renee’ Drummond-Brown

  A Philosophy of Yard FORTE Publications #12 Ashmun Street Snapper Hill Monrovia, Liberia ISBN-10: 0994534795 ISBN-13: 978-0994534798 A Philosophy of Yard by Jack Kolkmeyer takes an intimate look at poetic reflections of the past, present and future day in a philosophical manner. This book leaves the reader with an understanding of how we view ourselves and how one should grasp the universe by accepting all of the mysteries and magic that ultimately groun.....

Harriet Tubman was born Araminta Ross and other Poems by Luz Pichel translated by Amparo Arróspide and Robin Ouzman Hislop

Editor’s Note: although we include the originals in this text, to introduce the poems of Luz Pichel, she is a Galician poet, a region in Spain with its own language (Gallego) which although bears similarities to Spanish (Castellano) is strikingly different. Luz Pichel mixes both languages in her work, but we as translators, have translated both into English, (apart from the little French ditty On The Bridge of Avignon in the first poem) hence the footnotes will often indicat.....