Karren reads reads with Don Thompson & John Repp, all authors of Broadstone Books.
Karren reads a selection of poems, most from how we hold on, that speak to turbulence. Mervyn Taylor & Julie Marie Wade read as guest poets.
Karren reads a selection of poems from how we hold on with mother figures in them.
Karren reads from the Jamaican poems in how we hold on. The reading was dedicated to Jim Rich, her late spouse.
Stockbridge Library for NPM: Karren reads “sunset from the cliffs” from how we hold on.
“you can tell ‘em I’ll be there” first published in Written in Arlington, edited by Katherine E. Young and is also in how we hold on.
from San Francisco
Karren Alenier reads “repeating repeating” in her collaborative program “Poetry in Red Dress.” This event celebrating Gertrude Stein took place January 15, 2013, at Books and Bookshelves.
Mao Zedong poem
In a voice over, Karren Alenier reads “Snow” by Mao Zedong as a slide show of photos by Bob Hohl rolls. Jim Rich produced this video.