Estimated reading time: 2 minutes —
This week we’re at the just announced LEA11 (Linden Endowment for the Arts) project Alice in Cornelland. Haiku Speedbuild is lucky to be the first event at this new education / exploration region searching for a “virtual haptic.” Our March poems are from Beth Griffenhagen’s book Haiku for the Single Girl, and this week they’re read for us by 16-year-old slam poet & photographer Hanna Lee Reehl!
DJ Haraway & Gina Broono collaborated (and dance a lot while they worked) on:
One night my mom asked,
“You do still like boys,” (pause) “right?”
Yes, Mom. Sadly, yes.
Ami Tamura was inspired by:
About my chipped nail polish
Among other things.
Fafner Hofmann chose:
I hope that men will
Forgive me for not being
Short machinima of projects by: Haraway & Broono, Tamura, Hoffman:
S K I L L . B O R R O W E R
• Music: Hack the Network / ccMixter
B E T H . G R I F F E N H A G E N
Haiku for the Single Girl
• Tracy’s New York Life / Photos & Author Interview
• Haiku for the Single Girl.com
• Haiku for the Single Girl / Amazon.com
• Beth Griffenhagen / Twitter