Responding to the Black Mystery School Pianists

Responding to the Black Mystery School Pianists

I saw this article linked in an article I was reading and then a friend sent it to me, so there was something synchronistic about it right off the bat. “God’s way of remaining anonymous” some wise person said about synchronicity, and it makes you think. I read it,...
POPO is Here (Early)

POPO is Here (Early)

Faced with the prospect of not having any (in person) poetry readings for a while due to the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) and self-isolation for several weeks, the SPLAB Board agreed with my notion that we ought to start POPO early. POPO is the new name (thanks Terry...

Feast on TISH & Cascadia

There is a great review of two door-stopping books of poetry in the new BC Booklook. The subjects are Daphne Marlatt and  Fred Wah, two members of the legendary TISH group in Vancouver, BC, in the early 60s. Nicholas Bradley is the reviewer and is very capable of...

Kozer on Seriality

In the car we listen to music almost exclusively on the old Ipod, which has remnants of the previous user’s musical tastes. (Thanks Rebecca!) Were it to be passed down again, and were the new owner to leave traces of MY audio excursions, there will be a great...