Anne Waldman
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Anne Waldman
Poet, performer, and cultural activist Anne Waldman is the author, most recently, of Sanctuary (Spuyten Duyvil); Jaguar Harmonics (Post-Apollo); Voice’s Daughter of A Heart to Be Born (Coffee House); Trickster Feminism (Penguin); and Songs of the Sons and Daughters of Buddha, translations with Andrew Schelling (Shambhala). She is a recipient of the Before Columbus Foundation’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Waldman is the artistic director of Naropa’s Summer Writing Program and a member of the Rizoma Collective in Mexico City.



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Numina: The Enchantment Issue
Fall 2023
Bradford Morrow


November 29, 2023
The greens—myriad, viridescent: 
every one of them alive.
November 22, 2023
HE WENT DOWN THE STREET, his old street, on a whim, and then the whim birthed another and he turned [...]
by Han Ong
November 15, 2023
    Curious spirits, Eleanor says. I cannot discern that these spirits around you have a personal connection to you, by which I mean, I cannot discern the emotions common to relations and loved ones, like love or concern. These are spirits who you do not know. I don't know why they are gathered around you. Maybe they are just passing through and something about you has detained them for the hour, for the day.