Articles tagged poetry
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Flow Nice

By Thomas L. Mariadason | May 7, 2014 | Open City

When poet and First Lady Chirlane McCray (aka “FLONYC”) chose spoken word artist Ramya Ramana to perform at her husband’s inauguration, it took the ceremony—and Ramya’s poetry—to a whole new level.

A Secret Life in Misspelled Cities & The Secret Lives of Misspelled Cities

By Sahar Muradi & Zohra Saed | January 29, 2013 | Open City

Sahar Muradi and Zohra Saed are two Afghan American poets. This is a lyrical conversation between Sahar, who returned to retrace footsteps in Afghanistan and Zohra, who remained ensconced in longing for mythic cities of her birth.

An Island and Its Storm: Sandy’s Aftermath In Pictures and Poetry

By Jen Fitzgerald | December 6, 2012 | Open City

Remaining unnoticed is not a new thing for Staten Island.

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