Category Archives: Organic Furniture Cellar

2003-2013: Ten years of nostalgia

I’m in Boston for AWP– I’m moderating a panel tomorrow at 1:30 on Poetry and Librarianship. In the Spring of 2003, another early March if I remember correctly, I was in Cambridge for the NEMLA conference, giving a paper on … Continue reading

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12 or 20 Questions

In which I participate in rob mclennan’s long-running interview series. Although rob has been prodding me to do this for awhile, I didn’t feel inspired to until Dottie did it. What can I say, peer pressure works.

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Happy Bloomsday!

In the spirit of the Twitter trends #booksthatchangedmylife and #happybloomsday, 217 words that changed my life: INELUCTABLE MODALITY OF THE VISIBLE: AT LEAST THAT IF NO MORE, thought through my eyes. Signatures of all things I am here to read, … Continue reading

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Organic Furniture Cellar Sale

In the spirit of sales, Organic Furniture Cellar for $10 over here. (Etsy.com)

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Catch-up post

Sometimes people read my blog once a month or once a season or once a year instead of every day. Sigh.* ;-) So just to catch up…

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Protected: Reincarnating Riding

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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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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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