Poetry Happy Hour with Fable
Panel•with Alex Posey
To celebrate National Poetry Month, Fable is hosted a special poetry happy hour.The idea was simple: bring one poem to share with the world. Some people read their own poems and others read a favorite poem by another poet. Here is a complete list of the readers:Jason Boog read “My Children” by John Cabbage Alex Posey read “A Name” by Ada Limon Mohan Warrior read “Rime of the Ancient Mariner” by Samuel Taylor Coleridge Sarah Hatter read “Falling Toward the Moon” by R. H. Sin and Robert M. Drake Padma Warrior read “Retreating Light” by Louise Gluck David Kipen read “Requiem for the Spanish Dead” by Kenneth Rexroth Andrew Rhodes read “Mantra” by Ruth Stone Laurie Wu read “anthem for my belly after eating too much” by Kara Jackson Vijaya M read “April Fool’s Day” by Vijaya M Christine Deakers read “The North West Corner” by Christine Deakers Susan Brearley read “Body Parts” by Susan Brearley Buzz Anderson read “Ode to a Village Movie Theater” by Pablo Neruda Aparna Krishnan read “The Package” by Aparna Krishnan Sarah Hatter read “Wild Geese” by Mary Oliver Rutuparna Das read “Action/Reaction" by Rutuparna Das Madhu Kosireddi read “Dust into the Wind” by Madhu KosireddiFable helps people make reading a daily healthy habit for their mental wellbeing through stories and poetry. Our community members enjoy the many benefits of reading while making deeper human connections with other readers.
About the Speaker
Jason Boog is a writer living in Los Angeles and part of the editorial team at Fable. OR Books published "The Deep End: The Literary Scene During the Great Depression and Today," his book about how different writers survived the Great Depression. Simon & Schuster’s Touchstone imprint published "Born Reading: Bringing Up Bookworms in a Digital Age," his handbook about how to raise kids who love to read. His work has appeared in The Believer, The Awl, Salon, NPR Books, The Los Angeles Review of Books, Peace Corps Writers, and other outlets. He was the West Coast correspondent for Publishers Weekly.
Hosted by Alex PoseyEditorial at Fable.