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A cathartic poem: Leaving Lethe

in Literature/Poetry
A cathartic poem
Látrabjarg (Photo: Elisabeth Winkler)

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

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Poetry: “Last night she dreamt of a bear”

in Literature
Black bear image courtesy of Pixabay user skeeze

The new poem from LeipGlo contributor and author Lito Seizani titled “Last night she dreamt of a bear”

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Ride the wave: random poem Tuesdays

in Poetry
Ripple. Poetry wave
Ripple. Poetry wave. Public domain photo

“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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Performers get more daring at Cocktail Open Mic

in Lifestyle/My Leipzig/What's on
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    Mama Ulita at Cocktail Open Mic Vol. 9. Photo: George O'Connor
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    Mama Ulita at Cocktail Open Mic Vol. 9. Photo: George O'Connor

Continuing a current trend at our Cocktail Open Mic, the September evening’s headliner was German burlesque queen Mama Ulita; she enchanted the audience like a snake charmer and will bring reinforcements for the November 8th edition. 

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Literary Parlor: interview with poet Robert Krut

in Philosophies/Poetry
Literary parlor book imagination
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“I try to treat anything magical, or surreal, or possibly out of the framework of waking life, as entirely real, and concrete, and then let it appear in the poems.” – Robert Krut, in an interview with Svetlana Lavochkina

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Eurydice: love, obsession, loss, and reconnecting

in Literature/Theater/What's on
The river Lethe.
The river Lethe. Photo by Marko Zoranovic, public domain.

English Theatre Leipzig is staging a new play, Eurydice, at Neues Schauspiel Leipzig. Starting with the premiere on Thursday, September 5th, there will be 5 shows, so everyone will have an opportunity to see it. We had a chance to chat with the play’s director, Julia Kragh, to find out what to expect.

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