Lillian Nickerson was born and raised in Seattle. She attended Sarah Lawrence College and New York University. Her poems were most recently published in the debut issue of Death Hums Magazine. She lives in a cottage with her dog, Lois.
On Thursday poets Christine Deavel, Janie Miller, Adam Boehmer and James Hoch will read Walt Whitman’s “Song of Myself.”
On Saturday night as the sun fell behind the cloudless western horizon, a crowd gathered outside the Greenwood Public Library for the third stop of the final Greenwood Lit Crawl. The library was closed and a noticeable chill was in the air, but none...
Despite its title, Rich Smith’s debut chapbook Great Poem of Desire and Other Poems is not an aphrodisiac. From cover to cover the book is filled with lust, but the lust is balanced by Smith’s cunning wit and a deeper, existential kind of longing....
Every year on June 16th literary nerds around the world gather to celebrate the life and work of James Joyce (pictured above). Bloomsday, as it is called, is named for the protagonist in Joyce’s Ulysses, Leopold Bloom, and held on the date in 1904...