For the month of July, our literary artist of the month is Amanda Stovicek D’Alessandro.
Please enjoy this poetry reading of Autumn Morning Near the Playing Fields an Homage to John Philip Sousa by former Cleveland Heights Poet Laureate Kathleen Cerveny.
Please enjoy this Random Acts of Art: Poetry- Alberto Montero and “zazen with the dead.”
For the month of June, our literary artist of the month is Cathy Barber. Cathy Barber’s work has been widely published. A partial list of publications includes The San Francisco Bay Guardian, West Trestle Review, Kestrel, Literary Mama, paper wasp, Presence, Sierra Nevada College Review, AIM, Concho River Review, SLAB, Ballyhoo Stories, The Dos Passos […]
Mind your business by Damien McClendon after Bird of Paradise by Tai Gomez-Curtain Don’t mind me I’m just conversing with God I’m just binge-watching memories I’m just window shopping futures I’m just hoarding as much now as possible pay me in cash but don’t pay me no mind I’m just talkin shit I’m just […]
Sunbeam on a Staircase by Marion Starling Boyer after Sunbeam on a Staircase by Philip Bailin In Provence, a warm breeze carries the fragrance of lavender and daylight butters the hillsides, gleams lemony in olive groves; even my glass of wine glows rose gold, so of course Van Gogh painted his house, the […]
Messages in a Bottle by Amanda Stovicek D’Alessandro after Indigo Beach by Paula Blackman I. Night takes you like an infection. The sky with her small virions, the as above so below of everyday philosophy–even the iris has mountains from a different angle. Hold this lens carefully to your eye. What you see becomes […]
Please enjoy this poetry reading of My Ankle by local poet Tom Skove. Would you like to contribute to Heights Arts’ Random Acts of Art, initiative? Click Here for more information. To View all contributions to Random Acts of Art, Click Here To learn more about our Literary programs, Click Here Most of Heights […]
Three Letter Word for “Cool Looking” by Marion Starling Boyer after Fly by Juli Edberg In the 1920s they were the plague of librarians, circling, swarming, pestering the reference desk for dictionaries, zipping to the shelves for encyclopedias, whizzing through the pages. They were crazed crossword puzzlers on the hunt. Simon and Schuster […]