Just before our reading in Cleveland, we were lucky enough to get a tour of the Morgan Conservatory by Aimee Lee. This is a chamber pot woven by Aimee from paper she made using traditional Korean techniques–Hanji. I would take myself out of the picture… Read More
In Santa Fe right now. But if I could be here I would. Facebook Stuff. I N Y O U R E A R @ District of Columbia Arts Center 3:00PM, May 20, 2012 JORDAN DAVIS, STEVEN KARL, ANGELA VERONICA WONG & TONY MANCUS Please… Read More
I find the directness of your chapbook disarming. So many books of poetry with an autobiographical I position this I in different places observing and making meaning from these observations. But why do I trust them at all to tell me the news about whatever… Read More
This poster pretty much says it all. Thanks to Chris Toll for lining this up. Here is a recent poem by Cheryl on Everyday Genius. And one by Mike. Both readers live 2 blocks apart in Charles Village. And one is my girlfriend.
The Destroyer is taking its title pretty seriously. Light red paint and impaling, ladies in distress, man eating plants, beautiful, beautiful toasters. This digital publication has its voice figured out from step 1. Go there and get creeped out in a good or bad way.… Read More
Mark Cugini’s and Laura P’s Big Lucks is hitting its stride. Forthcoming issue #4 features word-products from Elisa Gabbert, Justin Sirois, Michael Kimball, J.A. Tyler. In the prose, department that’s a lot of people in the Universe I want to read. Mike Young was in… Read More
The Container Store’s goal is to be the best art commodity on the market. Chad and I (i.e. the board of directors) have been working on The Container Store by Joe Hall and Chad Hardy Vol 1 for a few years now. Over this time… Read More