Monthly Archives: November 2006

Geez, guys! Over at Galatea Ressurects, Susana reviews OFC and Steve reviews bird-book. Thank you. Steve’s thorough (and wouldn’t you expect as much from him?) reading of bird-book is the first review ever of this work, which you can read … Continue reading

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Reviews of OFC and bird-book

Geez, guys! Over at Galatea Ressurects, Susana reviews OFC and Steve reviews bird-book. Thank you. Steve’s thorough (and wouldn’t you expect as much from him?) reading of bird-book is the first review ever of this work, which you can read … Continue reading

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I’m attempting to change my life, but what I’m doing is nothing compared to what Ray is doing. She’s my hero. in. Heroin. Heroine! While she’s gone, I can live in a crack house, work for a crazy florist, ask … Continue reading

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Torontorian Aaron Tucker reviews OFC at InkNoire. In the mail: Bill Corbett chapbook De Kooning Kline– beautiful design by Mr. Michael Carr and pressed by Boostrap (but seemingly unavailable from their website). Good job guys, or as my word verification … Continue reading

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Torontorian Aaron Tucker reviews OFC at InkNoire. In the mail: Bill Corbett chapbook De Kooning Kline– beautiful design by Mr. Michael Carr and pressed by Boostrap (but seemingly unavailable from their website). Good job guys, or as my word verification … Continue reading

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Hey, anyone want to give me advice on how to structure, what to leave out of, and what to add to my resume? Right now it’s basically my c.v. without the publications and conference papers. I signed up with a … Continue reading

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I’m woefully behind on all my projects. Apologies to all quarters. Things I am behind on include:• my response diary for Citizenship• my papers for Victorian and Renaissance• proofing Brenda’s manuscript• Reviews for Galatea• Take-Home Project chaps 1-3• November 4SQ … Continue reading

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• November seems odd / It’s my firing squad• Related, but not to any anthologized authors: what does one do about a really bad poem? Not a mediocre or boring or room-to-grow sort of poem, which indicates a lack of … Continue reading

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• Happy Birthday to Lars the fire-juggler• I’m sick. Cough sneeze fever glands etc. (Ma-ark!)• Jordan, you have to stop caring so much.

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When I have seen the hungry ocean gain / Advantage on the kingdom of the shore

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Dec. 7 @ ACA Galleries

You are invited to an evening of performances by: – cris cheek – William R. Howe – jUStin!katKO – Mark Mendoza – Keith Tuma – Jason Zeh December 7, 6:30pm ACA Galleries – FREE 529 West 20th Street – 5th … Continue reading

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Maureen is the best. She is making muffins, and she is using the oven. When I make muffins I make them in the muffin maker because I am too impatient to wait for the oven to preheat (it also cooks … Continue reading

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recent acquisitions, love poems, my life in thirds

- Sharon Harris’s Avatar, an Ono-esque caper through instructional, found, “visual,” list, and prose poetry. – Tao Lin’s you are a little bit happier than i am – Charles Bernstein’s Girly Man, which so far seems dark, rhythmic and witty … Continue reading

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Kap’s pics from last night. (Charles is the best.)

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Kap’s pics from last night. (Charles is the best.)

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Readings

Aaron reviews Saturday’s reading; you can also view Alixandra’s photos. There’s a recording around somewhere, too, which will be up sometime. I won’t write about how incredible it was to hang out with everyone in DC and to see Charles … Continue reading

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quickie

Missed my flight. Mistaken identity. Standby. Remarkably good taxi driver. Arrived. Met Mark. Met Alixandra. Remet Darren. Anecdote of Bill meeting me at the epoetry conference long long long ago. Met Angela. Round-robin reading with darren and bill went well, … Continue reading

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Saturday

Nov. 18, Toronto, Mercer Union, Test Reading Series I’m a little slow in the publicity department… and every other department these days. But I will be there to read and you should come. Darren Wershler-Henry and Bill Kennedy will also … Continue reading

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and also

I am missing Charles Bernstein’s upcoming readings in Baltimore and D.C. to give my own reading in Toronto. I’m sad to miss Charles’s readings, but it feels like one of those young-poet-growing-up things, to miss the reading of one’s mentor … Continue reading

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The Nude Formalism

Over 300 unique users have accessed Bernstein’s and Bee’s The Nude Formalism since it was put up as a free .pdf

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dusie, plantarchy

Recent mail: – bday postcard from Brenda who is so sweet – “wee chaps” from Dusie by Tom Orange, Jules Boykoff, and Kaia Sand. You can view the packaging and chapbooks on flickr; you can buy them for yourself on … Continue reading

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academia & pathology

I didn’t take the “trauma theory” course this semester, which was probably a mistake. One thing that continually bothers me about academic discourse is how it denies, disseminates, and disavows violence against women. It seems like every week we read … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday to me and Ken. Ken says he would like a Democratic congress for his birthday. So go vote. Charlottesville is pretty progressive, but the Old Dominion as a whole isn’t, so be sure to go vote against the … Continue reading

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Jacket

New Jacket with work from Erica among others.

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What I got in the mail:- Concordance for Galatea Resurrects. This came with a bookmark with a condom attached– an ad for Tom Beckett’s Unprotected Texts. This is a great invention. One often needs a bookmark and a condom in … Continue reading

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Good questions.

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Galatea Ressurects, OFC @ Amazon

In the mail: – Books to review for Eileen Tabios’s amazing review website, Galatea Resurrects: Kate Greenstreet’s case sensitive, Yedda Morrison’s Crop (I can finally give Tom’s copy back to him), and Kaia Sand’s heart on a tripod. I’ll also … Continue reading

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4SQ 1.5, Effing Rexroth

Interior cover art by Tami Giordano; poetry by Susana Gardner, Erica Kaufman, Danielle Pafunda, and Sandra Beasley. A brilliant issue. The sleeve design centers around a removeable domestic violence awareness + breast cancer awareness ribbon. In other words, this poetry … Continue reading

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looktouchblog 1.0 + 4SQ 1.5

I’m working to rescusitate, revise, and republish the old looktouchblog. It’s incomplete and always will be, now, but it exists for reference purposes. So far I’ve just put up the first six months, but the rest of the year will … Continue reading

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