Poetry / Sierra DeMulder’s stunning “Your Son Has a Beautiful Voice”

I have posted Sierra DeMulder’s work in the past, and I will again in the future I’m sure.  This week please read her stunning poem “Your Son Has a Beautiful Voice” Read it. Now. Then read it again later. It’s that good….. http://www.sierrademulder.com/text/

Reblog Tuesday – Gabriel Gadfly’s “Why I Hate Reading Maps”

I love the work of Gabriel Gadfly, so we take a return visit to his site for this week’s Reblog Tuesday for “Why I Hate Reading Maps” – this is simple. brief, and heartfelt. Hopefully you enjoy it! http://gabrielgadfly.com/poetry/why-i-hate-reading-maps/

Spoken Word Thursday (New Year’s edition): Eric Darby’s “Scratch and Dent Dreams”

I cannot think of any better way to enter the new year than to listen to Eric Darby’s performance of “Scratch and Dent Dreams” from the 2005 National Poetry Slam Individual Semifinals. If you’ve seen this before you already know that it’s tremendous!

#PoetryWednesday – “Search” featured at @TipsyLit

A nice way to end 2014 – my poem “Search” was published to the website of revolutionary indie publisher Tipsy Lit.  Please take a look (and also spend some time there – a lot of great work!) http://tipsylit.com/2014/12/30/search/

Reblog Tuesday: Chelsea Coreen’s “The Patron Saint of Drunk Girls at Homecoming Dances” @chelseacoreen

During my weekly spin through the poetry blogosphere I was happy to come across the site of Chelsea Coreen (link below) and in doing so was struck by her poem “The Patron Saint of Drunk Girls at Homecoming Dances” – first, because the title is provocative and then because the work itself is wonderful.  Here itContinue reading “Reblog Tuesday: Chelsea Coreen’s “The Patron Saint of Drunk Girls at Homecoming Dances” @chelseacoreen”

Retro Post Monday: my poem “Songs you can’t dance to”

This week we go back in time to take a look at the title piece from my first book, “Songs You Can’t Dance To” (which is available in ebook format at Amazon and Barnes & Noble). Enjoy!! https://stevenharz.com/2012/11/21/poem-songs-you-cant-dance-to/

Reblog Tuesday: “14 Lines From Love Letters Or Suicide Notes” by Doc Luben @BarkingDoc

In this week’s episode of Reblog Tuesday we visit the blog of Oregon-based poet Doc Luben – ‘Diesel Powered Rag Doll’ – and specifically his poem titled “14 Lines From Love Letters Or Suicide Notes”. This poem is terrific in written form, and is very powerfully delivered in spoken word (coming soon…). Enjoy! https://doclubenpoetry.tumblr.com/post/90701663175/14-lines-from-love-letters-or-suicide-notes

Spoken Word Poetry / “Reasons” by Sabrina Benaim @badass_sab

In case you hadn’t noticed, ‘Spoken Word Wednesday’ is now ‘Spoken Word Thursday’. I have my reasons…..  😉 I recently discovered (and yes, I realize that I;m probably late to the game!) a great poet named Sabrina Benaim, This piece is called “Reasons” and I love it. I love both the content and the delivery,Continue reading “Spoken Word Poetry / “Reasons” by Sabrina Benaim @badass_sab”

Reblog Tuesday: “poems by ericka clay” @ErickaMClay

I have the pleasure of following Ericka on multiple social media platforms – the link below is her Tumblr blog – and as thought-provoking as her writing is, she is equally as funny. Ericka is a published novelist and is the founder of Tipsy Lit. This poem, titled “Seconds”, is a favorite of mine and isContinue reading “Reblog Tuesday: “poems by ericka clay” @ErickaMClay”