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Archive for The Poets Weave

December 27, 2020

poet Janan Alexandra

Return

Janan Alexandra reads "return" (a poem in seven parts).

December 20, 2020

Illustration of brain within a woman's silhouette

Narrative is the Native Tongue of the Brain

Nancy Chen Long reads “Your Brain Doesn’t Contain Memories—It is Memories,” "Narrative is the Native Tongue of the Brain," and "Echo."

December 13, 2020

Park benches

At the Park on the Edge of the White River

Austin Araujo reads "Irapuato, Guanajuato" and "At the Park on the Edge of the White River."

December 6, 2020

Mayfly emergence

Genealogical Trip to Pulaski, Virginia

This week on the Poets Weave, L. Renée reads "Genealogical Trip to Pulaski, Virginia," "Ars Poetica: As Archaeologist," and "negroes auctus weather, block auction."

November 29, 2020

Herman B. Wells Library, IU Bloomington

The Stacks

Denise Breeden-Ost reads "One Hand," "The Stacks," "Painting," "Three Haiku for Gabe," and "Supply List for the Writer Mother."

November 22, 2020

Brick duplex

Duplex

On this edition of the Poets Weave, Alberto Sveum reads "Duplex," "Idle," and "Compendium for Leaving Work at 11pm, the Summer I Move Out."

November 15, 2020

arabic alphabet

Elementary Arabic

This week on the Poets Weave, Janan Alexandra reads "elementary arabic" and "dream, or, poem to the tongue."

November 8, 2020

Nancy Chen-Long

Umbra

This week on the Poets Weave, Nancy Chen-Long reads "Altered State at the Grocery Store" and "Umbra."

October 18, 2020

Adrianne Embry

I May Have Dreamt of You Last Night

On this edition of the Poets Weave, Adrianne Embry reads "I May Have Dreamt of You Last Night," "TT and Oil Sheen," "6 a.m.," and "Same Drugs."

October 11, 2020

Bees

The Beekeeper

On this edition of the Poets Weave, Adrianne Embry reads "The Danger of My Kin," "The Color Purple," "Freeze Frame," and "The Beekeeper."

October 4, 2020

Playing footsie.

28 Short Lectures on Touch

On this edition of the Poets Weave, Adrianne Embry reads "After Ari Lennox," "Pretty Things," and "28 Short Lectures on Touch."

September 27, 2020

Cicada

Cicadas

This week on the Poets Weave, Adrianne Embry reads "Cicadas," "Tooth Fairy," "Responses to 'You Good?'," and "Manifesto."

September 20, 2020

Dandelion seeds floating away into the sky.

Dandelion

On this edition of the Poets Weave, Amy Cornell reads "The Birth of Love," "Orgins of origin," and "Dandelion."

September 13, 2020

Amy Cornell's mirror, mirror

Happy's Tale

On this edition of the Poets Weave, Amy Cornell reads "Happy's Tale," "Big Bad and the Littles," and "The Empresses New Clothes."

September 6, 2020

Shelves of books.

The Library of Lost Books

Amy Cornell reads "The Library of Lost Books," "Transferable Skills for Poets," and "Instructions for telling your left hand from your right."

June 15, 2020

Black woman's eye opening

An I'm Sick of Race Poem

Torie DiMartile reads "Black Hole," "An I'm Sick of Race Poem," and "No Apologies" on this edition of The Poets Weave.

May 24, 2020

Torie DiMartile

White Girls

On this edition of The Poets Weave, Torie DiMartile reads "White Girls."

May 10, 2020

Margaret Squires 2

Twice Warmed

Margaret Fisher Squires reads "Twice Warmed, "Graduation," and "Interview with an Old Biddy" on this edition of the Poets Weave.

May 3, 2020

Garbage Collection

Garbage Collection

Antonia Matthew reads poems that sing the unsung on this edition of the Poets Weave.

April 26, 2020

Girls jumping at the seashore

If I Have a Daughter, What I Will Tell Her of Men

On this edition of the Poets Weave, Torie DiMartile reads "if i have a daughter, what I will tell her of men," "Walking Heart," and "Who Says."

April 19, 2020

Old postcard showing the Fort Steuben Bridge, Steubenville, Ohio.

Fort Steuben

Beth Lodge-Rigal reads "Mysterious," "Ft. Steuben," and "Sandbreak" on the is edition of The Poets Weave. This set of poems is dedicated to her father.

April 12, 2020

Praying Mantis

Mythology of Mantedea

On this edition of The Poets Weave, Torie DiMartile reads "Mythology of Mantedea."

April 5, 2020

Margaret Fisher Squires

Final Judgment

Margaret Fisher Squires reads "January, 2017," "Final Judgment," and "Fat Tuesday at Player's Pub (02-05-08)."

March 29, 2020

Cactus full moon.

Desert Under a Full Moon

Antonia Matthew reads "Desert Under a Full Moon," "And Then Beyond" "Eclipse," "Mars Up Close," "3 AM," and "A Jet Trail."

March 1, 2020

Osage orange (hedge apple).

Fences

Beth Lodge-Rigal reads "Elegy for the Gregerson Barn" and "Fences" this week on The Poets Weave.

February 23, 2020

Peoples' hands putting together a jigsaw puzzle

Jigsaw

Margaret Squires reads "Jigsaw," "Remodeling," "Morning Routine," and "Indianapolis Canal; or, Species-Specific."

February 16, 2020

Beth Lodge-Rigal

Another Country

Beth Lodge-Rigal reads "Another Country," "Landing," and "Dear Daughter-."

February 9, 2020

baby crawling in green grass

Nothing is Safe

Antonia Matthew reads "For Eamon," "Nothing is Safe," "Morning with Eamon," "Circling for Peace," and "A Gift."

January 5, 2020

Buffy the Vampire Slayer holding a wooden stake.

To Buffy, Vampire Slayer

Alex Chambers reads "To Buffy, Vampire Slayer," "And Together," "Epithalamion," and "Late High Modernism."

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