Tag Archives: Vincent Ferrini

Visiting White Noise Temple 《拜访白噪音寺》, by Sophia Kidd

It’s monday. Next week this time on that plane, I will see more than sky. Traveling through space, like analyzing a chessboard, one’s role diminishes the game. It’s really good to have this time with my father, Peter Kidd, to have flown … Continue reading

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A Few Words for Ken Warren, by Peter Kidd

American Poetry suffered a huge loss this past month when Ken Warren gave up the sheath. His publication House Organ, to my discerning eye, has become the most relevant venue always filled with an eclectic mix of well known poets, … Continue reading

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With Vincent Ferrini in Boston: a Conversation, by P.J. Laska

by P.J. Laska [ SCENE ONE: A mom and pop Chinese restaurant next to the Combat Zone. Mom and Pop are at the next table folding won-tons. Mom has a bad eye. She brings hot tea in a glass that … Continue reading

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