Provincetown Photo and a Poem: November 9, 2018

November 9, 2018 Photo by Louis Kozma Alone I Tumbled A Poem by Corinne Diana Alone I tumbled on the stage, Leapt cartwheels up and down- Alone I tumbled, slipped and slid Like Emmett Kelly’s clown. An arabesque, a tortured pose And then a crumpled ball- Contorting...

Provincetown History in Photos: May 30, 2018

A photograph of an art class on the beach believed to be taken in the late 1920’s. A typical scene in Provincetown – America’s first Art Colony, in the beginning of the 20th century. Loaned to the Provincetown History Project by Stephen...

Provincetown Photo and a Poem: January 26, 2018

January 26, 2018 Photo by Brittany Taylor The rest of winter A Poem by Hilde Oleson I heard the moss laugh as I passed it. It whispered to the wind as it traveled. “Let her think she will tell her secrets, That we will give her some answers. She doesn’t know winter is...