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Univ. of TX opens Garcia Archives

October 26, 2015 – 8:58 am | One Comment

Ransom Center opens Garcia Marquez archive to researchers
The archive of Nobel Prize-winning author Gabriel García Márquez opened today for research at the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas.
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glorious sticks shift, trending like bees out of orbit

November 10, 2015 – 12:08 pm | One Comment

Boom-Boxin’ Bosch Ascending to Empireun, [sic] the
by Cocteau

Now boarding. Okay,
Mammoth always faces away from the sights ahead
in subterranean situations as if reverse-zonking initiates,
nay, intoxicates baryons of tasing grace.

Hairy, wooly, like Florida orange juice-whirlpooled by
sombre, or sober, stick-shifts-of-glory, nor necessarily
four-on-the-floor/ like saying that Bloody Marys
and/or Screwdrivers are analogous-inert-systems
created by heart-meister Ben Carson and Babe Ruth
to deliver alcohol to the great unwashed.
Astringent. Hell, Mars needs women!

Trending, like a bee sting, like, like,
say, funerary ariae for dying swan[s], like
muons on fezBook shape-shifting to conceptions
of mystic trawlers cruising only the innerside of a
gin-ringed tyre in Astoria.  Or not.

Amtrak, SKY RANGERs, RukeyserS &

or fiery aetnas of fascinatin’ rhythm calling
Oral Roberts home. STELLA! Darkside,
parkside, any kind-you-want-side/ it’s
still barcarolle to me.

Shane! To live in the innertubes
of those we love. Cucamonga,
Flagstaff. San Bernadino.





November 9, 2015 – 6:32 pm | One Comment

dogs are barking
By Halifax
after aglets on our laces go missing
their ties intertwine gnarled bramble
till they twist to pair gathered nests
laying cockleburs inside matted felt
knotted ends prevent further fraying
lest additional losses …

Max Ernst

November 6, 2015 – 5:48 am | 2 Comments

Max Ernst
by Paul Eluard
In a corner agile incest
Circles the virginity of a little dress.
In a corner the sky turned over
To the spines of the storm leaves white balls behind.
In the …

3 Poems translated by Jacques Corrida

November 3, 2015 – 5:51 am | 2 Comments

3 Poems translated by Jacques Corrida
(translated from the Spanish by Michael Paul Hogan)


Consuela /


November 2, 2015 – 6:10 am | One Comment

by Philippe Soupaul
Night jostles her stars
It rains sand and cotton
It is so hot
but silence weaves sighs
and the glory of summer
Signals a little bit everywhere
of heated crimes
of people who’ll overthrow …

Removing the Dross

November 1, 2015 – 7:39 am | One Comment

Removing the Dross
by Thomas Moore
After snowstorms my father
shoveled the driveway where it lay
open to a sweep of wind across
a neighbor’s field, where the snow
drifted half way down to the paved
road, …

Reading Anne Carson

October 31, 2015 – 6:45 am | One Comment

Reading Anne Carson
by Dan Raphael

“A place came there and crashed” -Anne Carson

when water is a mirror
the sur of face, south of a mouth
why east when never
if a body …


October 30, 2015 – 6:44 am | One Comment

by Casey Bush

What’s on your mind besides rancid putrefaction?
Tell me a lie that must be …

Poem On Pocket Picasso Cubist Period abc Tudor Publishing Co.

October 28, 2015 – 5:42 am | One Comment

Poem On Pocket Picasso Cubist Period abc Tudor Publishing Co.
By Michael Snyder

Petite Encyclopedie de l’art of human-flag g u i t a r s emotes gropes pediacric geometry tv …

The Collected Teachings of Ag Nom, Nong

October 27, 2015 – 5:38 am | One Comment

The Collected Teachings of Ag Nom, Nong
by Daniel Ableev
I reached into my private morning when we used to render so many things invisible, indifferent, intransitive, always by reaching into them. …

On Arriving at the Age of 46; Bloodmoon, Beer Summit, Luetzow’s Freikorps, Brestaurant, Megas Doux, NewRetroWave, and ‘The Five Venoms’

October 26, 2015 – 5:37 am | One Comment

On Arriving at the Age of 46; Bloodmoon, Beer Summit, Luetzow’s Freikorps,
Brestaurant, Megas Doux, NewRetroWave, and ‘The Five Venoms’
By Quasimofo
Laerte’s Orchard:
is it wrong to poop in the shower?
Or …

Review of The Beautiful Indifference by Sarah Hall

October 24, 2015 – 8:48 am | One Comment

Review of The Beautiful Indifference by Sarah Hall
Review by Ben Macnair
8 out of 10
‘The Beautiful Indifference’ is a collection of short stories, where place and time is as important as …


October 21, 2015 – 6:12 am | 2 Comments

by Pierre Reverdy
The fire that dances
The bird that sings
The wind …


October 20, 2015 – 6:09 am | 2 Comments

by Pat A Physics
Interview in a meatlocker with trolley rails on the ceilings
makes my breath visible.  We have frost bitten coughing fits
amid the quiet ribaldry of the tankerman as he …

there is no winter here

October 18, 2015 – 5:11 am | 2 Comments

there is no winter here
by Dirk Michener
there is no winter here
it’s become warm all year round
and night time is a nightmare
my dianthese withered
and porch turned pale
a large patch of carpet …


October 17, 2015 – 7:09 am | One Comment

by Robert Desnos
My siren is blue as the veins where she swims
For the moment she sleeps on mother-of-pearl
And on the ocean I create for her
She can visit the magic …

Glass Gnomes

October 16, 2015 – 4:07 am | One Comment

Glass Gnomes
by Shon.25
glass gnomes gnaw green grams of government grass
half a hill higher than hedonistic habit harvests
i intended to invent instead of isolating inch by inch
jesus’ jumbled jaw of jittering …

Cussin’ Paul Gets Religion

October 15, 2015 – 6:49 am | One Comment

Cussin’ Paul Gets Religion
by Donal Mahoney
Word spread fast at the poker club where the retired men of the community meet and play almost every day but not on Sunday out …


October 14, 2015 – 6:01 am | One Comment

by Oswald James

i saw a fallen starburst
glowin ‘pon a rock ring
in the flicker of a water …


October 13, 2015 – 5:52 am | One Comment

by Tristan Tzara
The inclined towers the oblique skies
The cars descending into the void of roads
The creatures along the country lanes
Branches covered with hospitable virtues
With leaf-shaped birds at their crowns
You walk …

Weak Bonds

October 12, 2015 – 6:55 am | One Comment

Weak Bonds
by Smokey Farris
The weak bonds that
once broke buttons
bounce suddenly off
cold remedies and
Bahrain memories
from the burning palms
to the bloody beach
towels and the orange
blossoms that used to
cling to your hair.
Now the …


October 11, 2015 – 6:39 am | One Comment

by Ben Peret
Parakeets fly through my head when I see you in profile
and the greasy sky streaks with blue flashes
tracing your name in all directions
Rosa coiffed with a black tribe …

lightfollow home

October 10, 2015 – 6:38 am | One Comment

lightfollow home
by shannon baker
lightfollow home
to sit in a bookbox stacking
take a bit of breath along to
eat with.
weigh the water as
icegrass melting with push precision
the drop drags
all the way
urgent dare.
untie the …

Dignity and the River

October 9, 2015 – 7:35 am | One Comment

Dignity and the River
by Luke Hankins
The torrents of rain have passed, but the river
in the backyard boils up with mud
and sloshes back and forth. Does it remember
the now-passed downpour the …

Grand Scheme of Things

October 8, 2015 – 5:33 am | One Comment

one on Your right and one on Your left
by Halifax
write down the truest thing you can
Love always devours hatred in time
put this truth on flat space to read
I will love …


October 7, 2015 – 7:49 am | One Comment

by Stefanie Bennett
Since we’ve ‘bitten
The dust’
Our jaws have
The most
Garden -.

Learning to Be Alone

October 6, 2015 – 7:44 am | One Comment

Learning to Be Alone
by John Bennett
& unconditionally
without absolution
or a
fringe of
under a
mist of
That’s the
way it’s
done to
exit thru
the entrance
door &
make the
Even the
sound of
one hand
goes silent.

Review of Strange Beautiful Music

October 5, 2015 – 4:30 pm | One Comment

Strange Beautiful Music – A Musical Memoir by Joe Satriani and Jake Brown
Review by Ben Macnair
The guitarist and composer Joe Satriani is one of those players that needs little introduction …

Review of Open Spirit

October 4, 2015 – 4:56 pm | One Comment

Book Review by Joyce Metzger
by Travis Catsull
2000; 44pps; pa; Tsunami Inc., PO Box 100,
Walla Walla, WA 99362
Travis Catsull was born in Texas in 1975. At the time of …


September 29, 2015 – 6:59 am | One Comment

By Todd Davis
On the ridge above Skelp Road
bears binge on blackberries and apples,
even grapes, knocking down
the Petersens’ arbor to satisfy the sweet
hunger that consumes them. Just like us
they know …


September 28, 2015 – 5:17 am | One Comment

by Emily O’Neill
The way someone loves me in the dictionary
is as good as any other. I keep looking
for the proper sun to lace my tongue with.
To burn on me …