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103rd Street Jacksonville History of the Westside, from The Jax Left, June 23⇓
August’s List: Awolnation, They, Sleeping At Last, Jenn Champion, Father John Misty, Yoke Lore, Kodaline, The Maine, Talk Time ⇓
August’s List • Fundraising thru ♬ for the DLC Nurse & Learn in Jax FL (DLC is a day facility for children with significant impairments) • Snow Patrol, Manchester Orchestra, Leon Bridges, Radical Face, Portugal. The Man, Frightened Rabbit, Jacob Banks, Roadkill Ghost Choir, Lydia Loveless, Hippo Campus, The 1975, Slowdive, Daughter, The War On Drugs, etc., etc. • Watch & listen
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On the Blink, by Emily Michael: “Jill Khoury Discusses Her Teaching with Poetry Barn and the Value of Online Poetry Workshops” Read
Flock 20. Featuring creative nonfiction, fiction, and poetry by Mavis Cheek, Alexis Rhone Fancher, Sohrab Homi Fracis, Rachel Lyon, Andres Rojas, Hilary Sideris, Karolina Zapal, & more. Artwork by John Gregory Brown and Ariel Vargassal. Go here.
Eat Poems #15. Jennifer Bundy’s Girls.
About the poet: Jennifer Bundy is a poet from Florida. She has an MFA in poetry from the University of Nebraska at Omaha and teaches creative writing at Douglas Anderson School of the Arts. She has also taught at José María Infantes, a secondary arts school in Spain. Jennifer is the poetry editor for Bridge Eight Literary Magazine. The poems in Girls explore the feelings of shame, longing, love, and transformation that come with girlhood and growing into maturity. The speakers explore their different selves––noticing, doubting, questioning, and, in certain moments, embracing them. Sample here
Mudlark, edited by Dr. William Slaughter. This is an electronic journal of poetry and poetics. Dr. Slaughter is Professor Emeritus of UNF’s English department. Mudlark