The view from behind the eyes of celluloid Everyman. Poem by Gary Corseri.
Gary Corseri muses on the voice inside the whirlwind of globalization.
In this verse play by Gary Corseri, Robert Frost attempts to exorcise his demons by writing a poem, but is confronted by Carol, the son lost to him by suicide.
Gary Corseri and Charles Orloski talk as only poets do about today’s whirling Zeitgeist.
Commemorating the 70th Anniversary of the Hiroshima bombings, Gary Corseri shares a poem inspired by the sights and the people of the city.
Gary Corseri removes the mistletoe from Christmas in July celebrations.
Gary Corseri looks into a new anthology of short stories from the Gaza Strip and finds that you cannot uproot ideas.
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