Writer Alessandra Simmons reads her poems "Shalom, A Kitchen," " December 29th," "How to Set the Dinner Table," and "The Grammophone Remembers 1943."
Poet Keith Leonard reads "The Party Wasn't Apocalyptic," "Porky Pig Speaks of Success," and "Two Eggs, Burnt Toast."
Poet Keith Leonard reads "When She Talks About Her Drowned Father," We're Beginning to See What Cannot Stay," "Downburst," "Upheaval," and "Latitude."
Haines Eason reads his poems "This Town Will Throw Itself at Anyone," "Crickets in an Airtight Jar," and "Musee Mecanique."
In this edition of The Poets Weave, Raleigh Lee reads his poems "Smile Cheese," "Women in Flames Walks Through Mall," and "Early Morning Walk."
Haines Eason's chapbook, A History of Waves, was selected by Mark Doty for a Poetry Society of America Chapbook Fellowship and will be published in spring 2010.
On this edition of The Poets Weave, Marcus Wicker reads his poems "Some Revisions," "Love Letter to Flavor Flav," and "Love Letter to RuPaul."
Poet Jenny Burdge reads a selection of her work, explores the concept of belonging and alienation as illusion.