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Virtual Reading & Sample Poems from Middle of the Night (en theos press 2011)

March 28, 2011

Two weeks ago, on 3/15, my collection of 3:15 experiment poetry came out, and I had my first reading from Middle of the Night Poems from Daughter to Mother :: Mother to Son (en theos press 2011) at the Artists Union Gallery that night.

Since I’ve posted the poems I read here on Art Predator, I thought I’d publish the links to the poems so you can enjoy a “virtual” reading!

The reading started with Danika Dinsmore and I reading an excerpt from “Listen,” Paul Squires masterpiece and which serves as both an epigram and a dedication since the book is, in part, dedicated to him.

Here are the links to the rest of the reading:

Sunday August 7, 2002: on sunday my mom turns 65

Friday August 1, 2003: of transmission of transformation

Monday August 2 2004: don’t ever leave my breast

Monday August 2, 2005: ant ant ant he says

Friday August 25, 2006: my mother’s hands

Saturday, August 25, 2007: memembering

Saturday, August 2, 2008: you can be dethroned by doubts

Tuesday August 25, 2009: first grade tomorrow

Friday August 13, 2010: whether we notice or not

This last one Danika performed with me. I had time to do a couple more so I did. We then took a break and since a few of my friends arrived late and begged to host Phil Taggart to let me read a few more. These bonus poems included

Saturday August 2: Ballad of My Belly

and especially for my friend Rachel Morris, leader of VCCool and the Ventura Bike UnionI read

Wednesday August 4, 2010: strong sense of smell

For more poetry by bloggers from all over the world, catch the Monday Poetry Train!

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