Beth Feldman Brandt began writing poems on March 18, 2004 at 4 am in a New York City hotel.
Since then, her work has explored such divergent themes as ocean habitats, atomic clocks, herbal remedies and the Origin of Species.
Beth lives near Philadelphia but would always rather be at the beach.
RetroLove Live! January 8th! Click on "More from the Blog" below.
I was trying to explain to my kids what dating was like before the age of cell phones, Facebook, pictures on your phone, yes, even answering machines.
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You might remember this one -- check out my poem in the summer issue of Philadelphia Stories. Click on "More from the Blog" below.
Want to write a tribute to your mom in poetry? Click on "More from the Blog" below."
"We travel at risk of health and untold loneliness..." Check out the "Bartram's Boxes" poem by clicking on "More from the Blog below."
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Poems from the Darwin series, recordings from a collaboration with composer Andew Litts, and more.
Find it in the young
men, their low-
and unstrung shoes,
shuttling down the
Above, the El
down Broad Street
expresses us up
to the high floor
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An exploration of John Gerard's Herbal (1633) through poems, art, and found text created in collaboration with artist Claire Owen.
The endeavor has resulted in a book, broadside, exhibit, and more.
...learn more about The Sage Project and buy the book here.
BARTRAM'S BOXES REMIX
Beth and collaborative partner Claire Owen have been selected to participate in the upcoming exhibition of Bartram's Boxes Remix.
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