A series featuring work from poets writing their hearts out in New Hampshire.
Volume 5 of “Poets on the Loose” is upon us, and, what would a poetry series be without the likes of a true Beat poet, someone who has published and recorded poetry, someone who sets his poetic lyrics to music and someone who, for a whole lifetime, has embodied the poetic life? READ MORE
At least that’s the case with Jen Whit, a dearly missed singer/songwriter from Canterbury, who, for a number of years, could be seen in the bars and clubs on the regular, mesmerizing us with her voice and wonderful guitar playing. Whit was legit. A goddess when it comes to singing, someone who could vibe with all kinds of music – rock, ’90s pop, folk, country. READ MORE
Volume 3 of “Poets on the Loose” careens our way round past the hilly winds of Big Sur, the crushed butt-lined streets of Jersey, on into Amish America and back, a road trip for the beaten Beats draped in Hamlet’s skin. READ MORE
Round 2 of “Poets on the Loose” is upon us and lordy, after “Mermaid on the Rocks” sent us all scurrying about looking for our little blue pills last week with her “oh so steamy” poem, now we must cleanse our libidos and peek into a private conversation. READ MORE