Wednesday, April 23, 2014

A Celebration of the American Voice III, May 8-10, Hall-Haskell House, Ipswich

A
Celebration
of the
American Voice III
3 nights of Poetry& Art Installations
in support of the 99%
On Thursday May 8th, Friday May 9th& Saturday May 10th I will be hosting the 3rdCelebration of the American Voice”,three nights of poetry & art installations in Ipswich at the Hall–Haskell House. Last year’s event was amazing with 38 poets performing over the 3 nights, raising money for the Ipswich Food Pantry & My Brothers’ Table in Lynn. This year there are slots for 36 poets. (10 minutes each). If you have books for sale you can sell them throughout the event. Please consider donating a portion of your sales for the charities. Artists can display & sell artwork during the 3 days of the event. Please contact me for further details.

$5.00 Suggested Donation
to benefit the Ipswich Food Pantry &
My Brothers’Table of Lynn
May 8, 9& 10 @ 7:00pm
Hall-Haskell House, Ipswich
Occupy Everything
Blaine Hebbel email: blainemass@comcast.net phone: 978-376-9510

Monday, April 21, 2014

From The Stone Soup Servings Column Last Week

"Wreck Things" by Jennifer Jean from Friday's Oddball Magazine.


April 21: Marathon Monday and Jennifer Jean

When the Boston Marathon bombing happened last year, I cancelled Stone Soup Poetry for the evening. I hope I will not have to do that again tonight. I urge you all to come to Cambridge and share your words and thoughts on the events and even today's happenings, whether it is excitement over today's winners or praise for a family member who finished. Additionally, I want you to be in the audience when Jennifer Jean reads from her new book The Fool. Consider it a capstone to today's celebrations as well as a preview to next month's National Poetry Month festival. Let's close out one year later in the best of ways, with friends and art.


Boston Marathon U.M.Ph.! Prose Issue Up Again

Mignon Ariel King closed her online journal U.M.Ph.! Prose but to commemorate last year's Boston Marathon tragedy, she is reposting for a limited time her commemorative issue of the journal from May 2013. My poem "Mom at The Marathon" first appeared in that issue. Read the entier issue while you can here.

Oddball Magazine's Poetry Marathon Has Begun!


Oddball Magazine just started it's posting of poetry commemorating last year's Marathon Tragedy. Keep following this link throughout the day for new postings from poets like Doug Holder, Neil Silberblatt Chris Warner,and many others.

Saturday, April 19, 2014

I Will Get Going...Eventually...


Getting my head back on straight.  Like Smokey above, getting my tongue back inside my mouth is optional.


Friday, April 18, 2014

Happy Good Friday

Let's celebrate with a look back at one of my poems, "Resolving Faiths."


Monday, April 14, 2014

April 14: Toni Bee and LightSpeed Arafat

National Poetry Month has exhausted me in a single weekend. And I would still be crazy to skip Stone Soup tonight. Toni Bee stepping up as host? Lightspeed Arafat the host? Sign me up please! I'm off to the show now!

Saturday, April 12, 2014

My Work Forthcoming in Multiverse



I'm thrilled to be part of the superhero anthology put together by Rob Sturma and Ryk McIntyre. My poem "Ditko's Day" appears among a multitude of others. Once it's released, you can order Multiverse from Write Bloody Publishing here.