Books on the T, a community project that sends books traveling on public transportation to the commuters of Greater Boston, featured Seeds during National Poetry Month!
Unlikely Stories Mark V
Unlikely Stories Mark V is the new incarnation of the electronic magazine, Unlikely Stories, which has been published on the Web, more-or-less continually, since 1998. They publish poetry, fiction, and creative non-fiction, including firsthand accounts of sociopolitical activism. They publish galleries of visual art, music, spoken word, other forms of aural art, and audiovisual presentations. Check out the zine and submit your own work!
Seeds is the fifth collection of poetry from Rodger LeGrand. The poems in this collection look at different kinds of transitions—seasons, aging, mortality, the metamorphoses others expect us to make of ourselves for them, and one poem even looks at how a poem might transition and move from open to close. More than any of LeGrand’s earlier collections, this grouping of poems looks at how we find hopefulness in the uncertainty of what might come next.
Rodger LeGrand on genre, teaching, transitions, and traveling poetry
Review of Thomas Lux's To the Left of Time
In To the Left of Time, Lux sings and celebrates the details of daily lives, of memories, of observations. The book itself sings. The poems, each on their own, sing—with exuberance for being alive.