Poems by Sadakichi Hartmann, Audio Poems, and more

May 24, 2022
Celebrate Asian American/Pacific Islander Month with all the poems from Drifting Flowers of the Sea and Other Poems, self published by Sadakichi Hartmann in 1904. 
Carl Sadakichi Hartmann, born on November 8, 1867 in Nagasaki, was a poet, playwright, and art critic. Among the first to introduce Western readers to Japanese forms such as the haiku and tanka, he was the author of many books, including My Rubaiyat (Self-published) and Tanka and Haikai: Japanese Rhythms (Self-published, 1916). He died on November 22, 1944.
 
From the Audio Archive
 
Listen to previously unpublished audio unarchived from our library: 

The New Transcendence (audio only)” by Ravi Shankar
Karaoke Lounge (audio only)” by Cathy Park Hong 
Inside The Dog (audio only)” by Tina Chang
Nothing But Paradise (audio only)” by Li-Young Lee
Poems for Memorial Day

the sonnet-ballad” by Gwendolyn Brooks
Such Is the Story Made of Stubbornness and a Little Air” by Ilya Kaminsky
Facing It” by Yusef Komunyakaa
 “For the Confederate Dead” by Kevin Young
“The poet is more than a writer. The poet is more than literature. The poet is a cultural translator. A communal visionary. A steward and servant of humanity and emotion. A dreamer and a realist, inseparably entwined.”

Read this interview with 2021 Poet Laureate Fellow, Bobby LeFebre, about his work in Colorado. 

#PoetryNearYou Pick of the Week: The Hurting Kind Tour
 
Check out our #PoetryNearYou Pick of the Week: a reading and reception at the New York Public Library with Ada Limón and Sarah Ruhl, in celebration of Limón’s new collection The Hurting Kind. Friday, May 27 at 5:30 p.m. ET. Register for this free event here
 
Read more about Brandy Nālani McDougall’s curation, featured in Pacific Daily News, and listen to McDougall discuss her curatorial approach, read her poems, and more on Poets.org.  
 
Apply Now: Poetry Coalition Fellowships
 
With thanks to the Mellon Foundation, the Poetry Coalition is pleased to announce the 2022–23 Poetry Coalition Fellowships, which are paid fellowship positions hosted by founding member organizations Letras LatinasMass PoetryUrban WordWoodland Pattern, and Youth Speaks. Applications are being accepted until July 3, 2022. The positions will begin on September 5, 2022 and end on June 30, 2023. Interested individuals who are 21 or older are encouraged to apply, including those who are enrolled in or have recently graduated from an MFA program in creative writing.
 
Revisit last week’s Poem-a-Day selections with us on Poets.org:

May 15: “[The flowers and my love,]” by Ono no Komachi
May 16: “Lei Kukui, Lei Kuahu” by Mahealani Perez-Wendt
May 17: “pronunciation” by Leora Kava
May 18: “Our Red Road” by Donovan Kūhiō Colleps
May 19: “Waikīkī Returns” by Christy Passion
May 20: “huki the gate” by kuʻualoha hoʻomanawanui
May 21: “Dorothy Dances” by Louis Untermeyer
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