Some Poems Available Online

 

Some poems referenced in the Journal of Mathematics and the Arts Report:

                “Poetry and Mathematics: A Reading,
                Joint Mathematics Meetings,
                Washington, DC, 7 January 2009,”
                Journal of Mathematics and the Arts
,
                Volume 3, Number 2 (June 2009), pp. 111
112

 are available online

(as of May 11, 2010):

 

 

Equation for My Children, Wilmer Mills

http://www.poetryfoundation.org/archive/poem.html?id=31080

 

Mathematics, Jennifer Crow

http://www.strangehorizons.com/2002/20020527/mathematics.shtml

 

Barbie Says Math is Hard, Kyoko Mori

http://www.ohiorc.org/articles/default.aspx?id=zitlow_sanders

(scroll to the bottom of the interview for the poem)

 

Math is Beautiful and So Are You, Becky Dennison Sakellariou

http://wonderingminstrels.blogspot.com/2003/07/math-is-beautiful-and-so-are-you-becky.html

 

What Drove Me Into Math, Marion Deutsche Cohen.

http://www.scene4.com/karrenlalondealenier/2008/11/the_mysteries_of_grey_gardens.html

(scroll to the bottom of the piece for the poem)

 

Flash Cards, Rita Dove

http://matthewsalomon.wordpress.com/2007/10/28/rita-dove-flash-cards/

 

 

Other poems from the reading are accessible online

(also as of May 11, 2010):

 

Dialectic of the Census Takers, Karren LaLonde Alenier

http://washingtonart.com/beltway/alenier.html

(fourth poem on the page)

 

Five Poems about Zero, Eryk Salvaggio

http://www.mail-archive.com/five7five@one38.org/msg00891.html

 

Why Does Disorder Increase in the Same Direction of Time as That in Which the Universe Expands?, Roald Hoffman

www.roaldhoffmann.com/pn/modules/Downloads/docs/Why_Does_Disorder_in_the_Universe_Increase.pdf

(a pdf of just the poem)

 

More to come...

 

 

 

Also see my more rambling and personal reflections on the reading at:

http://www18.homepage.villanova.edu/douglas.norton/PoetryReadingJanuary2009Report.htm .