This week, poetry from the book Tender Buttons by Gertrude Stein.
Sherman Alexie was born in 1966 on the Spokane Indian Reservation in Wellpinit, Washington.
Writer Alessandra Simmons reads her poems "Shalom, A Kitchen," " December 29th," "How to Set the Dinner Table," and "The Grammophone Remembers 1943."
Julia Story received her MFA from Indiana University in 2004.
Kristen Renzi reads her poems "Some Kind of Birth," "On Symmetry," and "Original Sin."
Poems from The Summer of Black Widows by Sherman Alexie, published in 1996 by Hanging Loose Press.
Post Moxie, a book length poem in three main sections, won the 2009 Kathryn A. Morton Prize in Poetry.
On this extended web edition of The Poets Weave, I'm reading more poems from Braided Creek: A Conversation in Poetry by Jim Harrison & Ted Kooser.
This week, more poems from James Tate's book Distance from Loved Ones, including "An Extraterrestrial," "I Am a Finn," and "I Am Still a Finn."
Today, I'm reading poems from Braided Creek: A Conversation in Poetry by Jim Harrison & Ted Kooser, published by Copper Canyon Press in 2003.