humanKind: poems from inner and outer space
Stewart Warren's latest collection, HumanKind,
offers a poetry that revolves quite beautifully, quite comfortably,
in the numinous universe of two great mystic poets of the English
language, William Blake and W. B. Yeats, who share with Warren a
fascination and facility for cloaking the rich wisdom of the mystery
schools in the garb of their time.
[from the Introduction by Rachel Kellum]
"NECESSITY OF BROKENNESS"
A Playshop at
THE SOURCE FOR CREATING SACREDNESS
June 8th in Albuquerque
The main purpose of this playshop is to provide
for accessing, integrating and celebrating
our divine inner wisdom.
Using art, writing and discussion, we'll find new
and understand difficult life events
though alternative perspectives.
More info and Registration here....
Publication from Mercury HeartLink
Tzimtzum: 5 contemporary poets lends us their hearts
is an anthology of elemental voices, of musings and personal
explorations that speak in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th person
perspectives concomitant with our emerging self. Speaking in tones
that are ancient in wisdom and fresh in narrative, these five
writers form the rays of a star that shines within the initiated,
within those of us who perceive both our greatness and our smallness
and who will not settle for false assumptions.
From San Miguel de Allende, Mexico to St. Paul, Minnesota and from
the American Southwest, both rural and urban, each author has
contributed a score of poems and included their own introduction,
giving the reader an opportunity to befriend the poet and settle
into their craft and high art. Included here are the works of aaron
a. abeyta, Tani Arness, Richard Broderick, Judyth Hill and Katherine
DiBella Seluja. These writers speak unabashedly of love and of
death, and in so doing make invitation to experience our tragedies,
deceits and glories as veils, stations and gifts along a journey of
miraculous unfoldment. They do the work of poets—they reflect the
mysterious wonder and unbelievable fortune of being in a body, on a
planet, all together—and knowing it.