Showing posts from July, 2019

2019 Poetry Marathon - Lynn Melnick and Rosalind Brenner,

East End Ink presents  poets Lynn Melnick and Rosalind Brenner, recorded in July 2019 a t the annual Poetry Marathon at the East Hampton Historical Society's Mulford Farm. Lynn Melnick reads from “Landscape with Sex and Violence" and other work. Rosalind Brenner reads from her latest collection, “Every Glittering Chimera,” Listen here: The complete recording will be available here soon  Lynn Melnick ’s published work includes Landscape with Sex and Violence , 2017  and If I Should Say I Have Hope , 2012 both from Yes Yes Books. A former fellow at the New York Public Library’s Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers, she teaches at the 92nd Street Y and Columbia University. She lives in Brooklyn. Rosalind Brenner is an artist and poet. Her work includes: All That’s Left: Poems and Paintings from Art House Press  and Omega’s Garden, a compendium of women’s voices from Finishing Line Press. She live

The Way of Haiku: Bart Mallio

Bart Mallio talks about 3 Japanese masters of the Haiku poetry form; recorded at Canios Books in Sag Harbor in May 2019 Listen here: Mr. Mallio referred to the book: The Essential Haiku: Versions of Basho, Buson, & Issa     by Robert Hass   from Harper Collins – published August 1995