Category Archive: Albuquerque

Call for Submissions: Quiet Machine/Wild Mouth

What truths can be found at the threshold where nature is becoming technology and technology is reshaping nature? Send one-page poems with your take on the theme of “Quiet Machine/Wild Mouth” to (subject line… Continue reading

Monday April 9 East of Edith Features Emily Morelli

7 pm Monday April 9 East of Edith features Emily Morelli with hosts Lisa Gill and Jennifer Krohn at the Projects 3614 High STreet NE (east of Edith and north of Candelaria). Here’s… Continue reading

East of Edith Features Jenn Givhan April 2

Monday Night at 7pm we have our regular open mic at the Projects (3614 High Street NE, east of edith and just north of candelaria through the open garage doors). Rich Boucher will… Continue reading

East of Edith Open Mic Rides Once Again

Last Monday our first open mic and feature of the season was tremendous. 18 readers and a featured set by Don McIver. Stellar high class work all around. We’re back again this Monday… Continue reading

April LPG event at 516 ARTS

* Saturday, April 28, 4pm 516 WORDS: Judge for Yourself presented in partnership with the Local Poets Guild 516 ARTS presents a poetry reading in celebration of National Poetry Month in conjunction with… Continue reading

FYI: This Month is Women & Creativity

Hi, so March is Women & Creativity. For the full schedule you can check out this link. Here I just want to give you a heads up about two events: First, Jessica Helen… Continue reading

East of Edith Returns Monday!!!

East of Edith is the mainstay of Local Poets Guild, our weekly open mic and feature, where you can hone craft, try new work, have great conversations, and hear new poets. We closed… Continue reading

Last Night’s Roost, More Music Tonight!

Last night was another fabulous roost. Poets Katrina Guarascio, Jessica Helen Lopez and Zachary Kluckman kicked off each set with a-poem-a-piece backed up with perfect accompaniment by Glenn Buddha Benavidez. Stellar and nice… Continue reading

This is NOT Zeno’s Roost

“ That which is in locomotion must arrive at the half-way stage before it arrives at the goal. ” —Aristotle, Physics VI:9, 239b10 Some of you may be familiar with Zeno’s Paradox, which… Continue reading

Celebrating Threatened Languages

Local Poets Guild has just confirmed that members of the NM branch of the Miyagi Ryu Nosho Kai Okinawan Dance/Music School will be participating in a Celebration of Threatened Languages at this year’s Global… Continue reading