National Poetry Month

Poet of the Day – Toti O’Brien

National Poetry Month April 24, 2020 Toti O’Brien MIGRATION   As you vanish, unchecked grasping frantically at denial (your trusted safety belt) trying to resist sinking   noticing on a glimpse of consciousness you cannot tell your age or mine, or today’s date   ‘then’ you say ‘we should say farewell. I might not recognize you the next time around.’   ‘Chances are you won’t, Mom.’ ‘But you’ll love me nevertheless’ I would like to…

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Poets Read

Poets Read: Toti O’Brien

We are pleased to offer our Poets Read series in honor of National Poetry Month 2019 and will run it throughout the month of April.  Every day in April, our website and our YouTube channel will feature the voice of a poet whose work has appeared in our pages over the past year. On Sundays, we will offer two poets for your enjoyment.  Today’s poem is Slashed by Toti O’Brien and it appeared in the…

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Interview

National Poetry Month Interview Series: Interview with Poet Toti O’Brien

Each day in April, in honor of National Poetry Month and our third anniversary issue (find out how to get a copy HERE), we are running an interview with a poet who has been published in Gyroscope Review. Read on. National Poetry Month Interview Series: Interview with Poet Toti O’Brien How will you celebrate National Poetry Month? I pick a couple of readings in town (or out of town) where poets I love are delivering,…

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