From Poetry in Public Places

Got this from Bill Waters off the Facebook site–

So you’re walking around Greenwich Village, NYC, and you see what looks like a periscope from a yellow submarine. But the reality is stranger — in a *good* way!

“The Poetry Jukebox is a jukebox with poetry,” say the inventors of this Poetry Jukebox installation. “We believe that listening to the original voices of poets is one of the most beautiful and inspiring experiences a city can offer.”

It’s free! Just push a button and hear a poem — easy-peasy. So if you find yourself near the Ruth E. Wittenberg Triangle at Sixth Ave. and Eighth St., check it out! :- D

(Thank you, Judy Kleinberg, for pointing me toward this initiative!)…/art-project-pipes-in-poetry-…/


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I'm blogging about poetry, land art, haiku, women artists, road trips, and Baba Yaga at Miriam's Well ( The well is ALWAYS looking to publish poetry on our themes, sudden fiction, and guest bloggers and musers.

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