How much can a poet pack into 7 lines? Well, how many moments make a day? How many eyeblinks in a life? You will love to read this piece more than once...smiling all the while.
Nob Hill resident Gail Miller writes mostly fiction. This summer she is reading Tristram Shandy,…Continue
No one comments more on news of the day than Albuquerque poet Richard Vargas. He is always on duty. And the recent headlines about prostitution have not gone unnoticed.
Vargas recently won the 2011 Hispanic Writers Award at…Continue
Sharon Niederman writes, "The Muse wears many disguises. For years I have seen the same street person walking up and down Central Ave.; in winter, she wraps herself in a tattered blanket, and in summer her face is deeply sunburnt. I try to give her money every chance I get, but sometimes…Continue
We received word that Albuquerque writer and poet Harvena Richter passed away this last week. She was 94. Ms. Richter was featured in The Sunday Poem series on the DCF in March of 2010. Her poems showed a…Continue
This is my favorite kind of post: an Albuquerque poem written by a great Albuquerque poet. Take a walk with Margaret Randall through the present and into the past. You just might meet yourself coming the other way.
A feminist poet, writer, photographer, and social activist, Margaret Randall has…Continue