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Carbon: a crazy Donetsk ride at our virtual open mic

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LeipGlo is very happy to share here an excerpt from "Carbon," a new, exciting, hybrid piece of literature by accomplished writer Svetlana Lachovkina, creator of our Literary Parlor column. She headlines our next open mic, online, Feb 19.

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“When Dad was still alive” – a poem

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LeipGlo's Ana shares her new poem "When Dad was still alive" which she wrote during the pandemic. This personal yet global piece of poetry intertwines Ana's unique point of view with our global crises and traumas.

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Ode to November

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LeipGlo contributor Chrissy ruminates on the month of November and what it means, now during the second lockdown but also in general for people across the world.

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A cathartic poem: Leaving Lethe

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Leaving Lethe by Elisabeth Winkler is a poem about avoiding difficult decisions and overthinking, with an introduction by the author.

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Literary Parlor: interview with poet Fiona Sampson

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Our literature columnist, Svetlana Lavochkina, got a chance to talk with Fiona Sampson, acclaimed poet and author of an upcoming biography on Elizabeth Barrett Browning.

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Ride the wave: random poem Tuesdays

“So maybe this random poem found on a Tuesday still means something to me. And maybe it will speak to you, too.”

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