Tag Archives: Nate Mackey

Resist Much/Obey Little

I am thinking of it as the most important anthology of political poetry since Sam Hamill’s “Poets Against The War.” “Resist Much Obey Little: Inaugural Poems to the Resistance” is a 738 page virtual molotov cocktail aimed at El Caudillo Analfabetico, … Continue reading

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Happy 69th Nate Mackey

Nate Mackey, born on this day in 1947, gets the Birthday Anagram Treatment. And do enjoy the interview we did in 2012. And this excerpt from an interview we did that was published in Amerarcana as well as some Notes on … Continue reading

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Hallelujah, the Poetics of Music

(For Columbia City Gallery Literary Series, Dec 13, 2015) “We study the self to lose the self. Only when you forget yourself can you become one with all things.” – Dögen Some brief thoughts about my immediate take on the … Continue reading

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