One of the best political poets today, Matt Sedillo discusses and recites poetry from his book City on the Second Floor.
Spoken Word: Using Poetry and Artivism for Climate and Environment
We look into spoken word poetry artivism, art-activism on environment and climate, where words change how people envision their world and act within it.
‘Medicine Walk’ Featured in Santa Barbara Literary Journal
Santa Barbara Literary Journal releases Bellatrix: Volume 3 this June, which among adventurous fiction, poetry, essays, and lyrics, features an excerpt of Jack Eidt’s psychic-animism fiction, Medicine Walk. Join us for readings and other entertainments in SB on June 14.
Joanna Macy and The Great Turning – EcoJustice Radio
Join us for an inspiring interview with Joanna Macy, Eco-philosopher and Buddhist scholar. Listen to her share precious insights from her five decades as an activist, author and visionary teacher of Buddhism, general systems theory and deep ecology. A profound leader, grassroots organizer and compassionate voice, Joanna Macy has devoted much of her life to the movements for peace, justice, and ecology.
LA Poet Wanda Coleman on Smog Addiction and Angel Wings
In “Angel Baby Blues,” from Wanda Coleman’s collection Heavy Daughter Blues, she offered a take on the failed promises of her home in Southern California. A prolific poet, fiction writer, and journalist, she was considered for a time Los Angeles’ unofficial and controversial Poet Laureate.
Poet Antonio López on the “Road Rage” of Clashing Histories
Bukowski’s ‘Born Into This’ – Treachery, Hatred, Violence, Absurdity
The documentary, ‘Bukowski: Born into This’ rehashes stories of the inimitable misanthrope, poet, and author Charles Bukowski. Post features the poem, ‘Dinosauria, we.’