Monthly Archives: November 2015

Nin Andrews Interviews Robin Silbergleid

NIN ANDREWS This is an incredible book (The Baby Book)—focused on your desire and difficulties of having a child.  I’d love to hear about the evolution of this book. Did you write most of these poems when you were dealing … Continue reading

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The Independent reviews “Unidentified Sighing Objects”

“Baron Wormser was once Maine’s Poet Laureate and there’s a definite feel and reference for that place. He writes of unheroic people, slurping tea, leafing through Year Books. Pop culture is also part of his style—colloquial, humorous—creating synergy that means … Continue reading

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Robin Silbergleid talks “The Baby Book” with Michigan State University

 About a year ago I had the occasion to read some of this work as part of an event at the fertility clinic where I received treatment, and it was an incredibly profound, even life-altering, experience.  Although I hadn’t thought … Continue reading

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Going Places: Entry #3 by Randy Smit

CKP ADA Advisory Board member Randy Smit wrote the following poem in response to the recent terrible events in Paris.   For Now  Soldier on hold the phone say your prayers put on your shoes keep the faith do your … Continue reading

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Baron Wormser’s “The Irony and the Ecstasy: On the Nature of Poetry”

Check out Baron Wormser’s lecture, part of Sundog Poetry Center’s Poets & Their Craft series. Vermont PBS is currently making a series of the lectures and sit down interviews with the featured poets.  It will air later this winter.   Poets & … Continue reading

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“Ars Poetica” by Robin Silbergleid

As the world awakens you sit straightbacked at your desk. Coffee brews, and breakfast. The smell wafts up the stairs. Coffee, the computer, maybe a pen. If you were Billy Collins details like these would unfurl into something magical each … Continue reading

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Baron Wormser’s Workshop in NYC

Being with Poets: Jane Kenyon When: February 6-7, 2016, 10 to 4 each day Where: 417 Riverside Drive, Apartment 7A, New York, NY Cost: $325 (including lunch) Limited to six participants Over the course of two days we will look … Continue reading

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Book Press Release: The Baby Book

The Baby Book Poems by Robin Silbergleid With raw candor and lyric poignancy, Robin Silbergleid transforms the psychological and physical pain of a journey through infertility into transcendent poetry in THE BABY BOOK (CavanKerry Press; November 2015; $16.00, paperback). Silbergleid decided … Continue reading

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