Monthly Archives: November 2007

bird-book

One of my goals for the weeks before I move is to use up, or turn into the beautiful combination of rent + poetry, the bookmaking supplies I’ve bought for the very tardy Take-Home Project chapbooks and rereleases of my … Continue reading

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Protected: I think

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FOURSQUARE 2.5

Foursquare 2.5: Dressed with a photo by Kristen Taylor; stuffed with poems by Aya Karpinska, Dorothea Lasky, Ellen Baxt and Angela Szczepaniak. Deliciously inedible; no overruns.

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FOURSQUARE 2.3 (California Girls)

Finally! Poems by Suzanne Stein, Bronwen Tate, Lauren Shufran and Esther Lee; cover gocco collage by Heather Toupin. Overruns for sale at etsy.

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Doll House No. 135

From one of my favorite etsy artists, Alabaman Suzanna Scott.

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Attention Span

The completed Attention Span and a link back to what I initially said about my entry.

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Protected: Relationship fears

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Consolidation

If I move somewhere that requires me to take up less domestic space, which seems likely, then I will need to get rid of some of my possessions. I’m an accumulator, a.k.a. packrat– I come by it honestly. Luckily, my … Continue reading

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I’m not moving to NOLA

Ethics are too expensive and far away from everything. New York, DC, Baltimore, Buffalo, Toronto, Providence. Preferably somewhere with art museums, grad schools, not too far from family or strong friendships, and with room for my cats.

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Reading at Miami-OH, 28 March 2007

Video courtesy of Meshworks; thanks to Justin Katko and Daniel Ereditario.

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Scorpio

You’re tempted to take a risk or make a bold move, but now is a good time to play it safe and even let others get ahead, if need be, while you consolidate your position. Things get a lot simpler … Continue reading

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Protected: The one ring

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Protected: The fortune-teller

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I’m in New York

No need for words nowWe sit in silence

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Yes, Beowulf in 3-D kicks ass

Saw Beowulf in 3-D (at an Imax theatre)… it was awesome. Yeah, ok, it’s not Mulholland Drive, not “history-making film,” but 3-D? Beowulf? It’s exactly as cool as you think it will be, if not cooler. Plus, it made me … Continue reading

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Protected: My love life is the pits right now.

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Protected: I dreamt

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Protected: B&N

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Protected: Jessica is…

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Cole Swensen

I hope to be here tomorrow.

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Protected: the best of all possible

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Protected: Lesson

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Protected: A strange dream

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Protected: disambiguation

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Protected: I’m all talk

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Protected: Our daughters’ daughters will adore us / And sing in grateful chorus

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Protected: Two Sages, or, Let’s try listening to someone else for a change

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FOURSQUARE 2.4

FOURSQUARE 2.4, released out of order (2.3 has not yet been released because I’ve yet to get a 4th poem from a California poet) contains poems by Michelle Morgan, Claire Hero, Suzanne Frischkorn, and Gillian Devereux. Cover art by Anna … Continue reading

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Do you consider yourself a "visual poet"?

Why or why not? And here’s another: of the following women, do you consider any or all of them to be visual poets? Yoko Ono, Mina Loy, Hannah Hoech, Theresa Hak Kyung Cha, Cecilia Vicuña There are at least two … Continue reading

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Protected: So this one blond gets all empowered…

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I’m 28

I still get carded. I still get student discounts without showing my student I.D. My Saturn year began a little while ago– which may explain why these last two weeks have seemed haywire to me. I think I’m too restless … Continue reading

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Protected: French people can’t speak Swedish

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Signing off

My parents are in town for my birthday, and we’re doing the 2nd Annual Trip to the Hummingbird Inn, in Goshen. Goshen is well nigh in the middle of nowhere and I will be faced with internet/phone withdrawal. Just a … Continue reading

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thoughts on form

I never thought I’d say this, but: I have too many books. So today at work I got boxes (tip for moving: B&N gets tons of boxes every day and they’re, gasp, sized for books!) and I’ve been packing away … Continue reading

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