Monthly Archives: February 2010

Well, it was too good to be true…

I thought the planets had aligned to make 4SQ 3.3-3.5 possible, but turns out one was out of whack. 4SQ 3.3 (the tomatoes one) apparently has the wrong back printed with the front. On the back, the poems should be … Continue reading

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FOURSQUARE 3.3, 3.4 and 3.5

The planets aligned, my printer worked, the software worked (briefly), I had both time and money simultaneously, poets and artists were awesome, and so here are three new issues of FOURSQUARE: FOURSQUARE 3.5 Love, history, heritage. Poems by Dianne Timblin, … Continue reading

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Tumblr, like Twitter, like blogging, like Facebook, is one of those things that you don’t know you need until you know you need it.  I never understood why people created twitter accounts only to ask “what do I do with … Continue reading

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For one of my library classes, a group of us are making a digital library of art and literature from the Buffalo area.  Subsequently, and partly because of the continuous uproar surrounding copyright and other digital libraries (namely Google Books), we … Continue reading

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Subscription Deals

Two subscription deals I would buy if I had any disposable income (which I currently don’t, see previous posts on unemployment): Chax Press, $70 Alice Notley, Reason & Other Women; Anne Waldman, Matriot Acts; Charles Bernstein, Umbra; Barbara Henning, Cities … Continue reading

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Protected: Update

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Password Change

After today, the password for new posts will be different from the old password. The new password is not for sale and will be given only to people who have a stake in my private life. If you do not … Continue reading

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Big Night

One of the reasons why Just Buffalo‘s fantastic new “Big Night” reading series attracts so many different Buffalo arts demographics: everybody loves good food.

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