Saturday, June 18, 2011

"Body washed like a thief..." / Two poems out in Anemone Sidecar

A functioning memory is best. Though forgetting is often the more respectful thing. And so, "The stars think I have a job but I do not." and "Anne Sexton," little beads that they are, can appear in Anemone Sidecar, Chapter #15, sometime this next week.

Also, knowing Nashville. Also, grand, spontaneous T-storms. Also, bug's bites. Also, calls from UNKNOWN. Also, basil. Also, birthdays. Also, poems for gifts.

Sunday, June 5, 2011

"It is not articulation that decides..." / Poems soonly at Scythe

The Scythe folks have taken to summering a few poems for their #6. Hoo-rah gents, a cluster to chill with in your hot weather kiddie pools. "Living with the river," "Alamo Square Run," and "Champagne Villa-Lobos" are the pleasant ones wanting to get in their sun.


'Pider submissions are going swimmingly, but we still need your vote (!) to repel the dismal tide. Send us a batch of poems, a few short prose pieces, 'art' (project/series, perhaps), 'music'... (we are a creative coterie, we wanna get into it, so send dat ish, homie).