Poignant and lyrical like his poems, Harold Green’s normal speech is like a soft-spoken, rhythmic prose, sounding almost like poetry to his listener’s ears. He’s a spoken word performer, and found that poetry is the way he’s supposed to spread his message of love and appreciation to the world. The value of his work and…
People gathered in a warm, intimate room in the North End facing a table with an open bottle of wine in the back for anyone that was interested. The night began with an invitation to the open mic, and two volunteers stood to share their work. The volunteers’ poetry was unique, sentimental, and witty. To…
“What I hope the community takes away is that together it is possible to take a sidewalk, something that is an everyday piece of the city that we live in, and turn it into something more meaningful and more beautiful,” said Reynolds.
The literary magazine of Boston College, ‘Stylus,’ celebrated the launch of its spring 2018 issue at Artsfest.
A retired lawyer, a former convict, and a grandma were among those gathered at the Boston Public Library on Saturday to share stories and prose in celebration of National Poetry Month.
The inviting nature of the Stokes Tent was reinforced through the welcoming prose of ‘The Laughing Medusa’ in its inspiring and earnest recanting of verse and spoken word.
A monk once told BC English Professor Kim Garcia, “Writing is your prayer.” Since that day, she has combated war with poetry.