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The Sunday Poem: Don McIver

Don McIver is a familiar face around Albuquerque’s poetry venues. He reads his own work frequently, and curates the work of others for Sunday Chatter. The following 5-part poem started as separate poems. Don told me I could chop them up if I wanted, but I prefer to present them as he sent them to me: linked snapshots of…See More
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The Sunday Poem: Don McIver

Don McIver is a familiar face around Albuquerque’s poetry venues. He reads his own work frequently, and curates the work of others for Sunday Chatter. The following 5-part poem started as separate poems. Don told me I could chop them up if I wanted, but I prefer to present them as he sent them to me: linked snapshots of…See More
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Dee Cohen commented on The DitchRider's blog post The Sunday Poem: Doug Dunston
"I like the first poem/mediation quite a bit. Having spent years in childcare, I learned that playing was really hard work, practicing practicing. I'd sometimes stand in the center of our busy site, and watch what each child was naturally drawn…"
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The Sunday Poem: Doug Dunston

Doug Dunston lives in Albuquerque and teaches at New Mexico Tech in Socorro. His creativity is multiple and often unexpected. In 2014 he self-published a small book called Practical Creativity: 33 Meditations. Meditations or poems, the brief texts drew me. I read and reread them. In fact I found myself returning again…See More
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The Sunday Poem: Doug Dunston

Doug Dunston lives in Albuquerque and teaches at New Mexico Tech in Socorro. His creativity is multiple and often unexpected. In 2014 he self-published a small book called Practical Creativity: 33 Meditations. Meditations or poems, the brief texts drew me. I read and reread them. In fact I found myself returning again…See More
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The Sunday Poem: Don McIver

Posted on March 22, 2015 at 7:00am 3 Comments

Don McIver is a familiar face around Albuquerque’s poetry venues. He reads his own work frequently, and curates the work of others for Sunday Chatter. The following 5-part poem started as separate poems. Don told me I could chop them up if I wanted, but I prefer to present them as he sent them to me:…

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The Sunday Poem: Doug Dunston

Posted on March 15, 2015 at 6:30am 1 Comment

Doug Dunston lives in Albuquerque and teaches at New Mexico Tech in Socorro. His creativity is multiple and often unexpected. In 2014 he self-published a small book called Practical Creativity: 33 Meditations. Meditations or poems, the brief texts drew me. I read and reread them. In fact I found…

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The Sunday Poem: Anne Waldman

Posted on March 8, 2015 at 7:00am 4 Comments

Anne Waldman is one of this country’s poetic treasures. Hearing her read is unforgettable. Anne comes out of the New York City beat renaissance of the 1970s, where she was close to Allen Ginsberg and others. She traveled to India with Ginsberg, and joined with him in founding the Jack Kerouac School of…

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The Sunday Poem: Rich Boucher

Posted on March 1, 2015 at 7:00am 5 Comments

Rich Boucher (first name common enough, last name enduring a variety of pronunciations, even from those who know him) is a familiar face on the Albuquerque poetry scene. With his unique personality, dark humor, “noir” aura, and engaging stage presence, he has carved a beloved place for himself in all…

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The Sunday Poem: Lisa Birman

Posted on February 22, 2015 at 7:00am 5 Comments

Lisa Birman is one of those people who exudes sensibility, creativity, and originality. I met her about a decade ago, when I began going to Boulder—where she lives—to teach at Naropa University’s Summer Writing Program. Lisa ran the program for many years, and still teaches one of its MFA classes. She…

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At 8:53pm on December 5, 2010, Barbara Bode said…
Was it you who posted the Frida and Diego poem? Stunning! I sent copies to a dozen friends. In fact that poem , which I read on Jon Knudson's blog, was a major reason I tracked down Duke City. The other reason is that if I ever move back to the States, it would be to live in or around Albuquerque.
At 4:23pm on October 27, 2010, Dee Cohen said…
Yes, that was me.
Would you like a link to the album?
I'm new to ABQ.
Who was youse?
Dee
At 3:28pm on April 8, 2009, Joseph Franklin said…
Thanks for your response to my post about Harrison Ridley. Don't know if you're from Philly and knew of him but, well, he was a beautiful soul.
At 7:42pm on February 9, 2009, Idris said…
thanks for the comments. i will get something together and send it to ya.
 
 
 

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