Blue Sirens | Susan Brennan
Susan Brennan is a poet, screenwriter and activist. Her poems can be found in chapbook, numinous (Finishing Line Press) and Drunken Oasis (Rattapallax Press). She curates poetry programming at Wilco’s Solid Sound Music Festival at MASS MoCA, and is staging her poem about Georges Seurat’s last days with a circus arts company. She has written film scripts, a 1 million hit plus award winning web-series and pitched film stories, premiering at Venice and Tribeca Film Festivals. See what she’s up to atwww.tinycubesofice.com.
from BLUE SIREN:
I worked in a dream factory last night organizing all my upcoming projects – dreams are scaffolding for ideas as plans – and you feel your way through them, their quirking keys and odd doors and not wanting to be easily deciphered symbols and codes – trying them on with no reverence – tossing easy symbolism out there – tongue and cheek, scraping the cheek with a spoon of sinful, a spoon of interior joy. I think I even had a clipboard, or yellow legal pad, which melted to mangos in my arms, so many mangos, I can’t hold their slippery ripeness