Linda Watanabe McFerrin reads her poem “Sakura no Sono” Rare is the writer that I know who has created her own genre… Linda writes with such verisimilitude that you’ll never have to leave home again. Perry Garfinkel Having grown up in Japan, Linda Watanabe McFerrin’s poetry can often seem kindred to that of the great annalists […]Read More
Linda Watanabe McFerrin reads “On Pleasures Oral” McFerrin’s writing is strong and beautiful, almost like poetry, and the result is provocative, sometimes humorous, and always colorful. Library Journal Yesterday we explored the playful and experimental side of Linda Watanabe McFerrin’s vivacious poetry with “Speaking in Tongues.” Today we move on through her literary abîmes into […]Read More
Linda Watanabe McFerrin reads “Speaking in Tongues” “Linda Watanabe McFerrin’s poetry rises from the true encounter between language and vision, between wonder and exploration fused with the poet’s need to uncover the mysteries of the earth.” Ray Gonzalez Linda Watanabe McFerrin’s first featured audio as an ASP author is an intriguing poem which showcases her kaleidoscopic […]Read More
ASP Presents The Newest Edition to the Legacy Series PRE-ORDER HERE Autumn 2019 LINDA WATANABE MCFERRIN ON THE ASP PODCASTRead More
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