Tag Archives: Arthur Rimbaud

An April Season In Hell

Celebrating National Poetry Month, here’s a rad radio production of Arthur Rimbaud’s A Season in Hell which was published 145 years ago this year. Even though it might not be immediately evident Arthur Rimbaud had a lot in common with William Blake: both saw the benefits of altered states on literary vision and both were [...]

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Go Rimbaud

So I found an interesting article at Please Kill Me yesterday. It seems that poet/rocker Patti Smith may have bought the childhood home of French poet Arthur Rimbaud. Along with Jim Morrison and William S. Burroughs, Rimbaud is one of Smith’s great heroes — her song “Land” from her classic album, Horses, features the singalong [...]

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Love Gun

I was checking out our Flipboard project for a scary Halloween post, and what’s more scary than an out of control romantic relationship? I don’t mean out of control in a way that challenges your maybe-irrational ideas about control, and might make you grow as a person if you treated the situation as a challenge [...]

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