November, 2014

In the Mix with George McKim

In the Mix: George McKim

A painting professor of mine once said “a real artist can made a good painting from anything,” and I believe that applies to poets who write found poetry.


Finders Keepers: Mary Shelley’s Post

Before kale was the superfood we massaged, blended, and blogged about, it was simply Mary Shelley’s favorite veggie. Since her husband, the poet Percy, had such bad eating habits—sometimes he’d work so hard he’d forget to eat—Mary kept a well-stocked garden so the bard would get his greens.