Learn a Cool Thing Today from Julie Doxsee
To plaster over my bemoaning I thought I would post a positive note here on something very cool you can do with a line of poetry. Today, Zachary Schomburg posted this line from a Julie Doxsee poem: I pretend your hands are the cleaved sunup this morning’s window hums toward the width of my animal syllable. I can’t remember if this line came from “Undersleep” or one of...
A Very Awesome Issue of Jacket
If you like poems as much as I do you should read this: http://jacketmagazine.com/37/piccinnini-ashbery.shtml and this: http://jacketmagazine.com/37/iv-baus-ivb-king.shtml They make so much sense together in that weird tenuous way that makes you want to sit for a whole day and fill in the planks. Of the bridge. See, I am doing it. Kudos to Jacket’s editors for putting together an issue with...
Something You Should Attend →
The first reading for “The Day the Sun Rolled Out of the Sky” will be in Brooklyn Nov. 13, 2010. You should go. I know I will.:-P