Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Late October Poems


I have a few more poems on the interwebs you should check out. Here are the links so you don't have to google my name and search for all my online bounties. I have a poem up at Eye of the Needle in honor of Jack Kerouac's death (the site has a picture of the house I failed to see). I also have work up at Poemwriters, three poems to be exact: here, here, and here. The picture above is in honor of Jack. When I saw his scroll exhibit at the NY Public Library I wanted to do something similar, so created a poem that I cut up in bits and pieces and rearranged on the second floor of Broome Street.

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Why Vandalism?

Because they a poem of mine up after a lengthy hiatus, Six Hands, that's why!

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Come Take a Journey to the Rufous City...

I have work up in the latest Rufous City Review. Follow the link and read it as a PDF. If the above picture does not match your mental image for a Rufous City, then please, by all means, substitute one of your own.





Sunday, October 17, 2010

Hold My Poems in Your Hands

Well, you can now read a whole mess of my poems in a new book called Hawthorn Road from the same people who brought you Inwood, Indiana (namely Glenn Lyvers).

Buy it here

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Call Me Bill...

Several poems in two different places. The first is Raven Images, where I have SIX, count 'em 6, not 5, not 4, and not just 1, not 7, not EIGHT, but SIX, 6, SEI, poems up on the site.

The other is Definitely Mag, where I have definitely one poem up, despite the mistaken identity. I wonder how successful Bill Nardolilli would be for me as a pseudonym?

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

New Poems and the World's Least Successful Meme


First bit of news. I have three poems in this edition of MungBeing Magazine.

Second, a new game I thought of. I was reading about St. John Chrysostom, and learned his named means "golden mouthed," in reference to his articulate speaking abilities. So I decided to come up with the Chrysostom game, whereby one adds "Chrysostom" to the end of some inept speaker's name.

Example: Phil Davison Chrysostom


Friday, October 1, 2010

Welcome, Welcome October

I have two poems up in the first issue of Howls and Pushycats. Download it and read them. The issue also features work by David McLean and William Doreski.

The first poem is In Abstentia, the refrain of which might be familiar to anyone who has seen the musical 1776.

The second is a little lyrical lot of lines I wrote while at SEP.