I’ve spent the last two years in flux. When writing started to come again, we made the major decision of moving from Ithaca to Buffalo, forever. We needed to. It was the right decision. But it meant being, again, unemployed and scrambling. While we were… Read More
The belts that shot boxes full of commodities into our gravitational fields have cooled down and hopefully the workers by those belts are getting a break and you are throwing away some boxes. On December 23rd, Poetry Daily reprinted my poem “Amnesia, 2007 / Nightshift,… Read More
I’ve been quiet in terms of publishing individual poems as I finish up my third manuscript for Black Ocean but the Academy of American Poets sent this one out in the spring as the Poem of the Day. More recently, I had a lively conversation… 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
Cheryl has a poem on Everyday Genius. Read it.
What is “The Container Store”? It is a work by Chad Hardy and Joe Hall whose purpose is to change the face of the planet in a totalitarian fashion. That’s what it is. Barzakh published some excerpts from our draft. What is Barzakh? Barzakh is… Read More
Ryan Call & Mike Young continue to bring the Noo. For free. This issue of Noo has Danika Stegeman, Kevin Sampsell, D.A. Powell (whose poem has some homoerotic/Jesus/space? stuff. I think. And like.). My prose brain is failing lately, but I can say with certainty… Read More