Walt Whitman: The Books He Read & the Scraps He Saved (podcast)

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Episode #200: Some Thoughts on Success & Failure (podcast)

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Episode 100: A Belated Manifesto (podcast)

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Artlessness (podcast)

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Give Me a Tarantula (podcast)

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Episode #100: A Belated Manifesto (podcast)

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The Earliest Bookstores I Remember (podcast)

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Loneliness (podcast)

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“That Jane Goodall Tramp”//So Long, Lawrence Ferlinghetti (podcast)

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The Earliest Bookstores I Remember // Picasso’s “Guernica” (podcast)

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Rereading “The English Patient” (podcast)

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New Interview at the Jewish Literary Journal (podcast)

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Walt Whitman: “When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom’d” (podcast)

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Reading 3 new poems: The Harvest of 1665, The Historian, Mr Cassian’s 54th Dream

On 8/26/20, a virtual book launch was held in London to celebrate three new titles published by Dempsey & Windle. As part of the reading I read the following poems: “The Harvest of 1665,” on the harvest following the plague of London in that year “The Historian,” on the execution of Sir Walter Raleigh “Mr […]

“Caedmon Comes to Singing” – new poem at Londongrip

Many thanks to Michael Bartholomew-Biggs, for publishing my poem “Caedmon Comes to Singing” in the new issue of Londongrip. Many will remember that Caedmon, who lived in seventh-century Northumbria, is credited with being one of the earliest English poets; I suppose we can all learn from his half-mythic example, of living most of his life […]