Archives about Annie Lighthart
In Darlene Pagán’s latest poetry collection, Setting the Fires (Airlie Press) fire manifests itself in many forms, both literal and metaphorical. For this week’s Late Night Interview, poet Annie Lighthart talks with Pagán about the themes explored in this collection as well as the wide array of influences, from childhood to motherhood, cultural isolation and
Late Night Conversation, hosted by Candace Opper. This week we we’re featuring a special episode that spotlights a new reading series at Glyph Café and Arts Space in Portland. Glyph’s mission is to provide a crossroads where Portland’s diverse visual and literary arts communities can gather to share ideas and projects. Their poetry and art pairings
After a Long Day So much of what has happened breaks at night, breaks into a sky stretched like water in the blacksmith’s still pail. Day drops into darkness and the sharp corners of all that was said go down in hiss and steam. Only the heart is a little fire by which to work.