Best of Button – Week 36

“Love arrives exactly when love is supposed to, and love leaves exactly when love must.”

Don’t miss this week’s Best of Button playlist. Today’s additions: Ollie Schminkey, Alex Dang, Edwin Bodney, Rudy Francisco, and Sean Patrick Mulroy! Congrats Poets!

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Sean Patrick Mulroy – the evidence speaks for itself (Genji Monogatari, 1008 CE)

Performed in NYC

“The first protagonist in all recorded literary history, a man, makes love to men, and hey, guess what? He doesn’t die.”

Don’t miss this poem from Sean Patrick Mulroy, performing in NYC

Get Sean’s book, Hated for the Gods.

Sean Patrick Mulroy – the evidence speaks for itself (Pre-Columbian Moche Ceramic, c.700 CE)

Performed in NYC

“I wonder, can you drink from me as joyfully as I drink from this man, this king, this font of bygone eras?”

Don’t miss this poem from Sean Patrick Mulroy, performing in NYC

Get Sean’s book, Hated for the Gods.

Sean Patrick Mulroy – It’s different

Performed in NYC

“While all studies of the human psyche would suggest shame to be more harmful than fists, there are fists, still.”

Don’t miss this poem from Sean Patrick Mulroy, performing in NYC

Get Sean’s book, Hated for the Gods.