I had the pleasure of attending a wonderful poetry reading late last year. It is great to see that with technology changing so much around us, that the arts are still a big part of our community. I personally feel that we should support the arts more, and specifically, the artists themselves. The event I attended featured a poetry reading celebrating the […]Read more ›
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I had a chance to attend a book party celebrating the publication of two new poetry collections. The book launch for Woman at the Cusp of Twilight by Daniel Shapiro and Meteor Shower by Anne Whitehouse took place at the Society for the Advancement of Judaism late last year. Not only was I able to listen to the authors read […]Read more ›
When I first opened the book of poetry titled The Dollhouse Mirror, the last thing I thought was that I was going to read it an additional six times immediately after finishing it. I had no doubt in my mind that I would like the work; I usually do enjoy poetry and from what I had researched about author Frank […]Read more ›
You know that moment when you pick up a good book and you are instantly drawn into the story and can’t shake off the feeling that the author is writing to you? When it comes to poetry, anyone can be a poet, but it truly takes someone really talented as a poet to pull at your heart strings and with […]Read more ›
Daniel Shapiro is the Director of Literature at the Americas Society as well as the Editor of Review: Literature and Arts of the Americas. His past works include Child with a Swan’s Wings (2013) and the translation of Cipango, by Chilean poet Tomas Harris (2010). This year he is back with an all new passionate and frank poetry book published […]Read more ›