Monthly Archives: September 2008

Etsy + Foursquare Orders

Yesterday I finally put together the time and the money to go to the P.O. and mail a bunch of old Etsy orders and Foursquares.  I also bought stamps, so Etsy orders should not be delayed if you place an … Continue reading

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Foursquare SE Samar Abulhassan

This year’s Dusie project is a little different from previous years–almost all of the participants are also editors, so instead of making our own books, each editor is making someone else’s book.  Jill Stengel of a+bend is making my chapbook, … Continue reading

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Facebook Etiquette and Self-Promotion

I am often accused of being too self-promotional, although I don’t send out mass emails about every event that I do, or every poem that comes out in a magazine, or every chapbook of mine that gets published.  Partly I … Continue reading

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And then… there…

Are other reasons I don’t go knocking on the doors of ex-boyfriends. I discussed and was reminded of these reasons. Discussed: rationally.  Remembered: emotionally.  It’s easy to regurgitate feelings for old boyfriends and start new relationships with people, and flit … Continue reading

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Arrr

In honor of Talk Like a Pirate Day.

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NYC Return

I will be in NYC Thurs-Sun for the Boog City Small Small Press Book Fair and related happenings.  See the schedule here (.pdf).

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Quick list

Good things about this week:

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Protected: Are we speaking the same language?

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Found

Last night while unpacking I came upon my stash of CF cards, which used to go in my digital camera (I gave that camera to a friend when I got a new one, though sadly I don’t think he uses … Continue reading

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Then what?

So, at work today I picked up the new issue of Artvoice and read my horoscope: “The reality of love is mutilated when it is removed from all its unreality.” So said the French philosopher Gaston Bachelard in his book … Continue reading

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Protected: Because life is not art (Backstage Pass)

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Protected: Because life is not art

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Posted in love, personal