Monthly Archives: October 2011

The Jeep, by Mather Schneider

It’s an old army sur­plus Jeep. My dad traded a Billy goat and 12 egg-laying hens for it. He just drove it home one day, we saw him com­ing down our long dri­ve­way. Lots of peo­ple have long dri­ve­ways in … Con­tinue read­ing

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High, West and Crooked

That's how I feel right now after try­ing to man­age my time in the last few days since I found out my chap­book Broke was going to be pub­lished (and quickly) by Didi Menen­dez and MiPoe­sias, the same folks that … Con­tinue read­ing

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Quick Impersonal Update

I've updated the FARE page (Den­nis Mahagin's chap­book from Red­neck Press due out 12÷9÷11). We have new work forth­com­ing from Mather Schnei­der, Jeff Wal­lace and Kurt Tay­lor. As well, I've updated the inter­views and pub­li­ca­tions pages listed under my biog­ra­phy. … Con­tinue read­ing

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Ghost Teeth, by Dena Rash Guzman

My dead and buried speak from the memo­r­ial cards inside my white Bible. They com­mand through their ghost teeth, “Again.” Grace! There is no again. The leaves turn red and turn gold. I go old, writ­ing softly, pulling down inky words like snuff … Con­tinue read­ing

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