Monday, February 27, 2012
In case you missed it, I had poems up in Tinfoildresses. My work starts at page 14 of the issue. Also, there is a poem to read at Bone Orchard Poetry. Now, here are some interesting links that I came across and have nothing to do with me. The first is an interesting piece about John Berryman and the carnival life. The second is a project dedicated to creating police composite sketches of characters drawn from literature using the descriptions given of them in the novels they inhabit.
Monday, February 20, 2012
I've got a poem in the current issue of SPUDGuN. CCCPress' latest publication features work from not only me but Howie Good and Craig Scott. If you're looking for how to use poetry to help you stick to other people, here's a guide for you to use. Put down the Randall Jarrell and pick up the Jean Toomer!
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
A poem so good, it was published again at Reprint.
See if you can pass this test: Westminster Dog name or a line from Ginsberg's Howl?
Thursday, February 9, 2012
A slightly macabre short story is up for your reading pleasure at Circus of the Damned. See, it's not all just poetry up here at Lo Specchio e La Spugna. Well, there's also two poems up at fwriction and if you go to the front page you can listen to a song I chose for your listening pleasure. I don't know how long it will be up for though.
Tuesday, February 7, 2012
Well, Newt just keeps racking up the celebrity endorsements. Besides Chuck Norris, he's already got Gary Busey behind him. Strangely enough, both of them appeared on Walker, Texas Ranger. Maybe Luis Guzman or Mila Kunis will be next to get on the Newtrain.
Speaking of trains, or at least underground ones and the above ground spaces they lead to, I have a poem up at Curio. Check it out, share it on the internets, leave a comment under it.
Thursday, February 2, 2012
Happy Groundhog Day to everyone out there. Celebrate by reading poems of mine at Annmarie Lockhart's Vox Poetica. Also, you can continue the feast over at Hypertext Magazine. And by the way, there's an afterparty at Poydras Review. It's nonstop Nardolilli!