Monday, May 25, 2015

"…went to corners first in a place where movements / couldn’t be put in quick…" / midJune poem at Rain, Dance, Party Society

Teensy nug of a piece over with The Rain, Dance, & Party Society, not the rain-dance-party society. Small sci-fi thing about China ( & thus us, that relation of resources, as with Interstellar, in which textbooks then are corrected to account for the non-propaganda of competing nation's resources down to their self-annihilation/depletion ), survival training in space, resource endurance, linguistics, terrestrial finitude, all the things that run out and the manner in which we wrap qualitative things in our lives around them to gather context ( thus made unreal by an irrational/incorrect relational gauge ), but the idea is I think just bombed up tightly in the title - "Bring Out The Body The Suit Is On."



What the heck happened / is happening to S I M I L A R : P E A K S?


Next organized readings in town - 

M a y 28: Poet's Corner, Scarritt-Bennett Center, Vander adjacent - Fondren Hall, Brenda Butka, 7pm

M a y 29: Lyrical Brew, Vander Barnes & Noble, Chrstina Stoddard, Elizabeth Townsend, Donika Ross, 7pm