He experiences first love with another high school student, Sherrie, and at the same time he meets his first friend, Russ. Madeleine, the eccentric village beauty, is a spinner of stories and dreams. But the truth will bind them together forever. Join us on Sunday November 25 for a warm gathering of fiction, long and short and a teensy bit of poetry to top off the year of readings. Get there early to order your drink so all that deliciousness can be shaken and stirred before the readings begin. We are so excited once again to bring you a diverse and beautiful bunch of writers, who will all bring their emotionally provocative work to us.
Dear Philomena is an intense exploration and intimate experiential book that will challenge how you view your own experiences with mental and physical health and well-being. Elee Kraljii Gardiner joins us with her chapbook memoir poetry Trauma Head. Difficult, devastating, and meticulously crafted, this work is a rewarding chronicle of persistence through the trauma of recovery and return. Still spots available, so come if you have new fiction to share.
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Think about how great it will be to share your work in front a live audience! We will host a special guest! Maureen Medved is traveling around to promote her new book!
She has written essays on television and film for the magazine Herizons. Her work has been distributed and performed world-wide. Anansi published a film tie-in edition to coincide with the Canadian release of the film in Fall , and Les Allusifs has published a French language version of the book.
Maureen is currently working on a new novel. These are also the last readings before you really start to organize and manage your schedule of summer reading! These books are essential inventory! From submarine officers to prison guards, oil refinery workers to academics, each character in these stories struggles to find some balance of spiritual and emotional grace in the world increasingly on the precipice of ruin. Peninsula Sinking offers up eight urgent and electric meditations on the mysteries of death and life, of grief and love, and never shies away from the joy and horror of our submerging world.
At the same time, the challenges they face also reveal the racial, gendered and cultural anxieties of these same individuals who carry with them the biases of their country of origin to the norms of the new land. But she turned up anyway. So why in hell should he meet her now? Who the Hell is Lizzie Violet? Those who visit her lair, beware, as there are horrific surprises lurking, waiting, anticipating. Those are the creatures you should truly be watching out for. Create a free website or blog at WordPress.
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Different Ways to Pray. Hugging the Jukebox. Last August Hours Before the Year Making a Fist. The Man Who Hated Trees. Morning Song.
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Poems of Hope and Resilience. The words of others can help to lift us up. When she returns home, she moves like a condemned prisoner. The effort to be normal is killing her as much as madness is. What Ms. Almagor also conveys -- we feel this less in the poem -- is the awful self-absorption of the mad. We see her sons wilt; we see the numbly ineffectual Louis. When she hits her frail sister, Eleanor why does the script say ''hit'' when Ginsberg's word, ''kick,'' is so much stronger? How is Ginsberg the poet brought onto the stage?
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The actor Yoram Hattab stands or sits quietly on the side, occasionally moving to the center, near the video screen. Sometimes he observes; sometimes he speaks the verse with quiet directness. His words are underscored by the bass of Yoli Baum.
Video images are so popular that they can become a visual tic. There is nothing generic, though, about the work of Gerard Allon, the production's multimedia director; his images work as a musical score does. Rhythms change; so does intensity. Here's the problem: the images tend to overwhelm the actors.
Not Ms. Almagar, of course, and not Mr. And I don't blame the cast: I think the responsibility lies with Hanan Snir's direction and the adaptation. He has chosen to turn some of ''Kaddish'' into short prose scenes, which he directs with muted realism. Ginsberg's language is electrifying; a director is right to worry about overwhelming viewers when he adds music, visuals and movement to it. The acting and staging need to be more charged, though, more stylized.
But the poem is too big for any kind of theatrical naturalism. Habimah National Theater of Israel. The company came to the United States in the 's, a spokesman said; the visit was not its first to this country in 40 years.