Late 60s, and Jesus freaks and gurus buzzing around like fruit flies.
JoinedMay 26, 2017
Arielle Greenberg is the co-author of Home/Birth: A Poemic; author of My Kafka Century and Given; and co-editor of three anthologies, including Gurlesque. She lives in Maine and teaches in the community and in Oregon State University-Cascades' MFA program. Arielle writes a regular column on contemporary poetics for the American Poetry Review.
on The Sugarland Express (1974)
On Amy (directed by Asif Kapadia, 2015)
On Ridley Scott's Blade Runner
I’m thinking of getting this line as a tattoo: As long as I’m used, I remain alive.
On True Grit (2010)
On Jill Soloway's Afternoon Delight (2013)
Strangers on a Train (1951)
"Don’t mind the cameras till you to talk to them."
A poem from Arielle Greenberg.
Our Resident Poet, on Dazed and Confused