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or, as Eddie said last night to a general audience of interested persons, in order to be obscure someone else has to actually know you’re obscure April 16, 2010: It’s uselessly unhip to penetrate a machine gun and asset a relationship with modern consciousness, which is a perfectly devoured bug off the hind leg of some preserved thing. by

Tings April 13, 2010: Emerson apparently wrote to a student or former student of his and instructed him not to get overly involved with his reading so as to be able to move with enough rapidity through any number of other [...] by

April 11, 2010: Allison Cobb has written a terrific book on, through, and with the Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn. The book, Green-Wood, an instantly compelling and fluid read I’m finding thus far, made of prose [...] by

Just folded, like a handkerchief or a hinge. April 5, 2010: These prefab greens are part of a sale system of red dots reserved for those whose demise was thought predetermined by the timing of their abuses. by

Two more (cups of coffee then I’ll go) January 11, 2010: Why do so many readers at poetry readings announce having two poems left to read? When I signed my contract to become a poet there was no clause as to this matter, by

Trigger Cuts January 5, 2010: The on-going review-interviews taking place over at Lemon Hound have my attention at the moment (I’m one of the interviewees, an admission that I suppose qualifies as full disclosure here if you [...] by

Starting in on Marina’s question December 31, 2009: I just heard someone say about another someone that “she likes to date guys who wear ironic hats.” I prefer unplanned irony, personally speaking, which is another way of saying I don’t pay any [...] by

With regards to the Crackademy December 26, 2009: The top ten illnesses in our household in 2009 have been: roto virus, lyme disease, sinus infection, common cold, pink eye, swine flu, pink eye redux, occasional faint echoes by