Dancing with My Sister for Deborah We’re not talking those crazy Polish weddings in Cleveland, where we both learned how to dance, clutching each other’s sweaty hands, galloping to the Beer Barrel Polka, and trying not to bump into Uncle Johnnie and his whirling Chicago Hop. This is now, tonight, in a smoky bar in […]
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Administrator contributed a whooping 68 entries.
Entries by Administrator
(Cervena Barva Press, W. Somerville, MA, 2008) Linda Nemec Foster is an American poet of Polish ancestry, who has published nine collections of poetry and lives in Michigan. Ten Songs From Bulgaria (2008) is her eighth collection, a chapbook with poems inspired by Bulgarian artist Jacko Vassilev’s black and white photography from the (post-)communist epoch(s) and which […]
The Talent of Knowing by Linda Nemec Foster “My life hasn’t run out yet.” — Keith Richards I’m watching Mick Jagger’s jagged face—as big as a five-story tenement building—at an IMAX theater showing Scorsese’s film, Shine a Light. And I get tired just watching this guy— older than me—methodically strut around the stage and dry […]
Originally Published by The Fox Chase Review, click here to view article.
Eliminating the Horizon —for Tom Andrews Who needs boundaries? If your eyes fail to imagine where the earth ends and the sky begins, think of a place bereft of lines: the blue depths of a stream flowing like hair that will never be combed. Deep indigo of nothing but fluid memory ebbing around blossoms of white […]
Season 14, Episode 3 features Linda Nemec Foster, founder of the Aquinas College Contemporary Writers Series. Linda discusses this year’s Series and the upcoming 20th anniversary celebration. To learn more, visit aquinas.edu/cw. Originally Published by GRCMC, click here to view article.
Bulgarian photography and Michigan poetry inspire an album “Cry of Freedom” is an album by Ann Arbor musician Laszlo Slomovits, but it’s not your ordinary record. The album is actually a collection of poems by Grand Rapids poet and writer Linda Nemec Foster that has been set to music. Foster’s poetry that is featured on “Cry of Freedom” […]
10 Questions for Linda Nemec Foster Linda Nemec Foster graduated magna cum laude from Aquinas College and received her M.F.A. from Goddard College. From 1980-2002, she taught poetry workshops for the Michigan Creative-Writers-in-Schools Program. Foster is the author of nine collections of poetry: A History of the Body (Coffee House Press, 1987); A Modern Fairy Tale: The Baba […]
Linda Nemec Foster blogs about the P&W supported event at UDetroit Cafe. Author of nine collections of poetry, including Talking Diamonds (finalist for ForeWord Magazine’s Book of the Year) and Amber Necklace from Gdansk (finalist for the Ohio Book Award). Linda Nemec Foster’s work has been published in the Georgia Review, Nimrod, North American Review, […]
The library has over 450 archival collections documenting the people and organizations of the Greater Grand Rapids area. Listed below are finding aids for each collection, containing an inventory of its contents and information about the person or organization that produced the collection. Our archival collections are constantly expanding as we receive new acquisitions and […]