Dorothea Lasky

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

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Hello!

Thank you for visiting this website!

I don't use this blog that much anymore. If you want to see what I am up to lately, please visit my tumblr.

Yours in poetry,
Dorothea Lasky

Friday, November 09, 2012

Douglas A. Martin Thunderbird poems


Here are four Thunderbird poems written by Douglas A. Martin below.



         Thunderbird #1


vie lets I could verge you
vices I could kiss

blue fullness of fired pointed
blue raving
blue clear linden in you blue in fired
blue car our first car

green issue shakes out green rugging
green bulb green eye green

yellow honey of the knot
yellow tail not the rumble

orange flowers in the grove
orange sun do I dare

red light hangs in the neighbors window
red paper tonguing the sun
red bird endlessly flying
red and then full and material
red bell heads



         Thunderbird #2


The vision of a tall-masted ship, at sail on the ocean, came to
His first time at sea
Us awake at night, then would
Not a husband
Dire emergency
Errand eased a little, and the surroundings became more gracious
Rev river ruin run rest ringing residents

but where to go?
in the enter fearing moving things
regret that at the present time I can not restore the funds that are owed
diffidence about.



Thunderbird #3


you rose
torch red
ignite a fence of fair

when I look, I don’t lie lick
I don’t a pert reliance

nestle down into this plushness
rose beige recline hair
underneath weeping willow,
the worn leather care

I care so much about the seams
seem the sown is.



          Thunderbird #4

It’s not an
ampersand,
Lust.
It need not be
a sad sun hand
either, muss
it

I want to fold
these
feathered lines
for you in a way to
make them us.






Tuesday, April 24, 2012

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Monday, May 30, 2011

Upcoming Summer Readings

June 4, con/crescent press Reading, Fergie's Pub, Phila., PA, 7:30 p.m. More info here.

June 7, White Swallow Reading Series, 29 Cornelia St., NY, NY, 6 p.m. More info here.

June 24, Juniper Summer Writing Institute, Amherst, MA, 7:30 p.m. More info here.

August 12, Wilde Boys: a queer poetry salon, New York, NY, 7:30 p.m. More info here.

For all other news, please visit my main website: www.birdinsnow.com.

Monday, February 28, 2011

Upcoming Spring Readings

March 9, Southern Writers Reading Series, 7:30 pm. More info here.

March 10, Reading for Blake Butler's new book There is No Year, 7 pm. More info here.

March 27, Birthday Reading, 6 pm: Brooklyn, Unnameable Books, w/ Lonely Christopher, Emily Pettit, and Ben Fama

April 1, Bernadette Mayer symposium. Details here.

April 12, Ugly Duckling Presse Periodically Speaking (CLMP) event, 6 pm, New York Public Library main branch (Stephen A. Schwarzman Building) at Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street. Details here and here.

April 14, Metrorhythm Reading Series: http://metrorhythm.wordpress.com/2011/03/03/dorothea-lasky-to-read-in-april/

April 19, Reading with Matthew Rohrer, 7 pm: Community Bookstore

April 26, Gurlesque Reading, 6 pm: ACA Gallery

May 2, KGB Bar Reading with Star Black and David Yezzi, 7 pm. More info here.

May 8, Jubilant Thicket with Stan Mir and William McGuire, 5 pm. Walking Fish Theatre, Phila.,PA. More info HERE.

May 18, Projection Reading Series: more information

May 26, Reading at Drexel University, 11 am and then Gurlesque reading at 6pm at the Athenaeum.

For all other news, please visit my main website: www.birdinsnow.com.

Tuesday, July 06, 2010

Bird in Snow

Hello!

I could care less about Lindsay Lohan going to jail, sorry about that.

However, I do care about the heatwave.

Ok, ok, here's why I am writing this post: I think I am going to start blogging more at my old site, Bird in Snow. Here you go, here it is.

Please visit it! The three redbirds on it will be happy if you do.

Good-bye!

Friday, May 28, 2010

Two things

Two new poems at The Awl: DL at The Awl

Philadelphia reading at Mostly Books (529 Bainbridge) at 8 p.m. tonight with Ben Fama and Kevin Varrone. Hope to see you there!

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