Tag Archives: Memoirs of Readings

Full Circle: How One Poetry Reading Changed Everything

By Randall Horton

A bedraggled man sits on the steps of the Bleeker Street Station in Manhattan – one shoe on, one shoe off. He talks to himself so fast the words in his mind cannot possibly keep up with … Continue reading

Drive All the Horses at Once: Charles Bukowski, 1967

By Richard Modiano

One Saturday afternoon in the autumn of 1967 I was visiting the Dialog Bookshop on Fulton Avenue in Van Nuys California. The bookshop was across the street from the campus of Valley Junior College (now called San … Continue reading

Good-bye to All That: Thoughts on Scott Wannberg’s Passing

By Carlye Archibeque

By now the arts community is aware of the passing of poet Scott Wannberg. Word started being delivered yesterday morning, August 20th, by phone and internet and by the end of the day it seemed that the … Continue reading