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The Poetry Magazine Podcast: Ashley M. Jones and JoAnn Balingit in Conversation

 

my filipino father’s
art was to christen each child
with a mother’s memory

 

from “Tanaga: Song Where Every Filipinx Person Is Standing by the Ocean”  –JoAnn Balingit @jabalingit

POETRY magazine (@poetrymagazine) July/August 2021

 

This week, Ashley M. Jones and JoAnn Balingit talk about where poetry lives in the face of loss and grief, and how that intimate place can be shared. What does it mean to let the poem, the tree, be a bridge between us, between our identities, between the living and the dead?

 

 

Read  Tanaga: Song Where Every Filipinx Person Is Standing by the Ocean from the July/August 2021 issue of Poetry. And listen to more of The Poetry Magazine Podcast! (I love Faisal Mohyuddin’s poem “Allah Castles” in the May issue of Poetry.)

Harvest: Poetry Writing Class (Oct. 2021 virtual)

Harvest

In this four-week poetry class October 6-27, we’ll read and write poems to ask ourselves, What is a successful harvest? 

Register for single weeks or all four weeks. Wednesday evenings 5:00 to 6:30 EDT.

Free, Open to all, Sponsored by the Woodlawn Library (Delaware Libraries).

In a world disrupted by human existence, how do we give back more than we take?  All levels welcome.

What were the names of the trees/ my father said good-bye to? 

–“Tanaga: Song where every Filipinx Person Is Standing by the Ocean” in the July/August 2021 issue of Poetry Magazine

Why: In exercising your creativity, you give back. 

What: Generative poetry writing class; Weekly handouts of readings for discussion and prompts

When: October 6, October 13, October 20, October 27. Wednesdays 5:00 to 6:30pm EDT.

Where: on Zoom. For link, register here: https://delawarelibraries.libcal.com/event/8016094 (Register for each week that you are …