l u c e m
fall has begun.
the weather sways and the wind blows;
something new and unfamiliar looms on the autumn horizon
there is both possibility and mystery on the breeze.
h a p p e n i n g s
the poet will again have a combination of recycled art and poetry at the Pretzel Park
Farmer's Market on Saturday September 4th, Saturday October 2nd,
and Saturday November 6th for anyone in the area.
the poet has also started a Patreon, which you can find here.
current projects in progress include: a 90s lesbian desert gothic retelling
of Orpheus and Eurydice, an art/poetry/prose chapbook
inspired by The Yellow Wallpaper, and a new
poetry collection. stay tuned!
f r o m t h e p o e t ' s d e s k
"the end is not the end"
- m. r.
August was quite a busy month for me, and so this newsletter is a little bit different.
I'm currently in the process of adding more listings to my Etsy shop,
revamping the way I do typewriter poems, and generally
exploring the limits of my creativity and my reach both.
I plan to be back to our regularly scheduled programming next month,
but in the meantime, here's a short list of things I've written and read this month
that I highly recommend!
beneath the waves
night rooms by gina nutt
a door behind a door by yelena moskovich
thousands of shredded scraps of paper located across five landfills,
that if pieced together form a message by samuel rafael barber
the ghettobirds by bryant o'hara
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you can follow my own poetic endeavors at mrobinsonwrites.com
- m. r.