Stone Soup Servings Presents: Emily R. Rudofsky


  Stone Soup Servings is a regular series for Oddball Magazine that features upcoming performers at Stone Soup Poetry, the long-running spoken word venue in the Boston area that has recently partnered with Oddball Magazine. Stone Soup Poetry meets from 8-10 p.m. every Monday at the Out of The Blue Art Gallery at 106 Prospect […]

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Poem by Jennifer Jean


  May 28th, 2014                                       ~for my husband Sebastien Maya Angelou died today. Farzana Iqbal was stoned by 20 men with bricks today. Boko Haram hides and holds 219 school girls today. It has been 44 days. Maya Angelou died today. 137 pages of Elliot’s Misogynist Manifesto have been shredded—it’s 6 days since Santa Barbara, since […]

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Poem by Jack Powers


  Can We Build A World Safe for Poetry? Mickey Leland dropped from the sky Shattered bird against the unyielding Broken wings around our feet We still walk by, not unfeeling, But worse, with eyes & purpose unfocused, Think of all the brown & red & yellow babies tonight reaching for nourishment, Think of the […]

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Poem by Christopher Mulrooney


  hand’s-breadth I’d leave all thus breath allied with soot on a ferryboat working all the wages I could muster all the relays across the bays rivers estuaries and to any of the many islands ferryboat services yield to hand to and fro all day and night snatches of sleep and bits of bread the […]

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Poem by Andrew Borne


  Pressure Drop pressure dropped in the atmosphere rain ripped me silly the sky was furious out of no!’s repeating relax! really? everybody has some water in them rain stopped the brief fly died with wet wings as it became a drizzle within us and without us it left a breeze behind tt is summer […]

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