Wandering through Vincent Ferrini’s house, now the Gloucester Writer’s Center, it’s all Gloucester in a single room! Charles Olson wrote the Maximus poems here. Vincent handles the Minimus. I’ve got a week’s residence to compose what’s left after those guys. 

Wandering through Vincent Ferrini’s house, now the Gloucester Writer’s Center, it’s all Gloucester in a single room! Charles Olson wrote the Maximus poems here. Vincent handles the Minimus. I’ve got a week’s residence to compose what’s left after those guys. 

"In times of crisis, Poets lose words. Find them here."
**Monday, September 8 at 6:00 pm at Bowery Poetry Club**
Eleven noted New York poets respond to a decade of Todd Stone’s paintings of the destruction and rebuilding of the World Trade Center site. Come see the short documentary film and hear 9/11 Poems from the cast at this FREE event!!!!

"In times of crisis, Poets lose words. Find them here."

**Monday, September 8 at 6:00 pm at Bowery Poetry Club**

Eleven noted New York poets respond to a decade of Todd Stone’s paintings of the destruction and rebuilding of the World Trade Center site. Come see the short documentary film and hear 9/11 Poems from the cast at this FREE event!!!!

What do we lose when a language dies? What does it take to save a language?

What do we lose when a language dies? What does it take to save a language?

Already working hard on the events to promote the premiere of PBS Language Matters in late January. Big news in San Fran and LA on the horizon! 

Already working hard on the events to promote the premiere of PBS Language Matters in late January. Big news in San Fran and LA on the horizon! 

Drop by if you’re in the neighborhood! Here at Gloucester Writer’s Center til the 30th!

Drop by if you’re in the neighborhood! Here at Gloucester Writer’s Center til the 30th!

The model for the live shows built around LANGUAGE MATTERS, the new PBS documentary on endangered languages, was held at the PEN World Voices Festival a year ago with live poetry from Gillian Clarke (Welsh), Joy Harjo (Muskogee), Natalio Hernandez (Nahuatl), and Salieu Susso and me (Mandinke). Click to read more.

The model for the live shows built around LANGUAGE MATTERS, the new PBS documentary on endangered languages, was held at the PEN World Voices Festival a year ago with live poetry from Gillian Clarke (Welsh), Joy Harjo (Muskogee), Natalio Hernandez (Nahuatl), and Salieu Susso and me (Mandinke). Click to read more.