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Archive for The Poets Weave

December 29, 2019

Big sycamore tree.

Among Deciduous Hardwoods

On this edition of The Poets Weave, Alex Chambers reads "The Sandhill Cranes," "After the Chicken, Before the Peach," and "Among Deciduous Hardwoods."

December 22, 2019

Field of wheat.

Dreams of Perennial Wheat

Alex Chambers reads "Dreams of Perennial Wheat" and "Wrought."

December 15, 2019

Blind cave fish.

Invention of Light

Joseph Kerschbaum reads "Invention of Light (astyanax mexicanus)," "One of Us Has Changed (atmospheric convection)," "Endless Echoes (watching me watch you)," and "Let the Boat Go, Take My Hand (dry drowning)."

December 8, 2019

Dandelions in some grass.

We Forgive You

Joseph Kerschbaum reads "I Don't Look Like Myself Today," "We Forgive You," and "Still Waiting."

December 1, 2019

Joseph Kerschbaum

How the Years Pass Until It's You

Joseph Kerschbaum reads “Clara, You Won’t See Spring,” “Living With and Without You,” “How the Years Pass Until It’s You,” and “Children Lost in Traffic.”

September 8, 2019

Joseph Kerschbaum

A Graduate Student Uses National Poetry Month To Consider...

Adam reads "April 7," "April 19" and haiku from "Image Journal."

September 1, 2019

Joseph Kerschbaum

I Don’t Know How To Use Sundials

Sully reads “We Always Ate the Kraut Pierogi First” and “I Don’t Know How to Use Sundials, but I Appreciate That Shadows Have Things to Tell Us.”

July 28, 2019

Joseph Kerschbaum

April Is National Celery Month

Sully reads “April Is National Celery Month” and “Five Ways of Looking at My Own Body.”

July 1, 2019

Joseph Kerschbaum

Prayer to the Saint of Loss

WLS reads "Funeral for Now," "On the last day there was snow," "Prayer to the Saint of Loss," and "Poem in the Form of Anger."

June 23, 2019

Joseph Kerschbaum

The Knackers At Work

WLS reads "The Knackers at Work," "The Knackers in Their Apartment," and "The Knackers Visit the Reservoir."

June 9, 2019

Joseph Kerschbaum

House Built In The Form Of Prayer

Dan Sullivan reads “House Built in the Form of Prayer” and “And I Can Find a Home There Too.”

May 26, 2019

Joseph Kerschbaum

Northeast Kingdom

Anni Liu reads "Northeast Kingdom," "Night Swim at Shadow Lake," and "And I Look Away."

May 5, 2019

Joseph Kerschbaum

An End To All Things

WLS reads "Elegy for Hiding with a Line by Roethke" and "An End To All Things."

April 28, 2019

Weeping Forsythia

Anni Liu reads "Ars Poetica in a Dream Language," "Lian Qiao, Forsythia suspensa or weeping forsythia," and "Finding Fruit."

April 21, 2019

satellite photo of hurricane

Happiness Lessons

Jasper Wirtshafter reads "In gender neutral bar bathroom" and "Happiness Lessons."

March 24, 2019

satellite photo of hurricane

Where I Learned To Play With Fire

Jasper Wirtshafter reads "Snow Globe," "Where I learned to play with fire," "Beatrice," "The Clerk at the Birth Certificate Office," and "Free Coffee: Can I be ethically consumed by capitalism?"

March 17, 2019

satellite photo of hurricane

Mother Bears, Our Golden Shovel

Adam reads "A Grad School Friend Chastises Me" and "Mother Bears, Our Golden Shovel."

March 3, 2019

satellite photo of hurricane

Boob

Emily Bobo reads "Ode to My Mother and Our Little Breasts," "lying in the MRI like lying on a guillotine," "Postcard to my aunt who died of breast cancer,” and “Our Lady of Wheat.”

February 24, 2019

satellite photo of hurricane

The Quiet Work

Jasper Wirtshafter reads "The quiet work," "Probably what love looks like," and "(Not) all men."

February 17, 2019

satellite photo of hurricane

Conveyance

Adam reads "Conveyance," "Pseudo-Rondeau for a Prison Classroom," and "The Creature Notches Haiku on Tree Bark."

February 10, 2019

satellite photo of hurricane

Normal

Emily Bobo reads "Normal," "What the Bones Said," and "Half-Hearted Ghazal at the Half-Way Point."

January 20, 2019

satellite photo of hurricane

Biting The Rind

Christine Brandel reads "Biting the Rind," "The Worst Thing in the World That Could Have Happened," "The Beauty of Love," and "A Wife is a Hope Chest."

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