baseball, poetry, and kim chi

Saturday, September 30, 2006

If you have not yet checked out Cold front, I suggest you do. They give you a new poem, from a different magazine, every day. They put up Rich's last week. They also review books and just seem to be right on top of most everything that is going on.

Friday, September 29, 2006

Anne Boyer has a new book out with effing. I just ordered mine.

Thursday, September 28, 2006

The Green Appeal

Sean MacInnes is The Green Appeal

Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Ok. so I'm not blogging much. Not reading many blogs either. Been having fun on the list serves. I can't keep on of those conversations in my head though. Feel like it is quite a bit of shouting in a crowded bar and most of us are drunk. Bout perfect. Have no idea who I am shouting with or at. Just shouting and playing and finding that if I sort of respond to someone else, they sort of respond to me. I shouldn't say all my list serve matches are like that, but least the ones here seem to be. Also doing the Lucipo . They let me in bc my folks live in NC and right now I live in NC. So, if you live in NC, this might be a fun one to join. There might be a bonfire this weekend. Ever since I saw a bonfire in one of the police academy movies, I've been in love with the possibilities. Also just entered the Imitapo. Place where the Lucipos that don't live in NC went.


Anyway, enjoying all three.

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

disarray

I got a note from a poster at Silliman's blog that Can of Corn is in disarray. I would have to say that, yes, it is. Can of Corn has taken a back seat this summer. It will come in full force of array when I am back in seoul.

Saturday, September 16, 2006

the move has begun

Been lucky these last few days. past simple is up. Got a poem accepted at cimarron review. Today got word that I landed a job at a university in Seoul. I'll be back in Korea early October and am so ready for it.

Thursday, September 14, 2006

past simple is alive

past simple, a new online rag is out an ready to be seen. You can find prose and poetry by
Richard Froude, Pirooz Kalayeh, Matthew Langley, Dorthea Lasky, Tao Lin, Reb Livingston, Farid Matuk, Gina Myers, Logan Ryan Smith, Tyler Smith, Aaron Tieger, Gabriella Torres and art by Stacy Elaine Dacheux.


www.pastsimple.org

(I am on dial up these days and this blog is acting not my friend. Links, who knows where they go)

If you have time, swing by and tell me what you think.