April 28, 2017 6 PM Barnes and Noble, Union Square Readers: Nick Flynn, Amber Sparks, Jenny Zhang Juliana Broad, Daniela Ochoa, Kaylin Dodson It’s free and so are you. Come over!
We wait. On crimson mornings, layers of leaf loam lie So deep they are an ocean of land. A heart is imprisoned in the heart of a tree And only fire can free it. So, […]
“a hung out hexology” by Laura Heckel 1 reality is that i have only seen the doctor once after my surgery and that is because i haunt him. 2 i had drains in my […]
As the 12th Street Journal‘s 2o15 print submission deadline (Nov.15th) draws near, the staff has been engaging with the New School community in a variety of ways—not excluding creativity tarot readings by our managing editor, Charlotte […]
Water finds ways
to look inside the unspoken door of history.
Listen during a North-Eastern wind
and the waves and commotions of the molecules
will rumble like a chorus
Poet icon Amiri Baraka was interviewed by Rebecca Melnyk in the 2011 edition of 12th Street. On May 9, 2011, at the Barnes & Noble launch of the 2011 journal, he read his controversial poem, “Somebody Blew Up America”. The audio below was recorded live by 12th Street Editor-in-Chief Jen Sky.
[wpvideo i7uniFhO] Julie Sheehan reciting “The Song of Wandering Aengus” by W. B. Yeats.
[wpvideo 6Ed7lrK5] Amy Berkowitz reads a poem from Ish Klein’s new book UNION!
[wpvideo UwPpsyd2] Ish Klein reads “The Phases,” from her new book UNION! to Bernadette.
[wpvideo dletWcOK] Kim Addonizio reads “Ex-Boyfriends.”