Tuesday, June 30, 2009
Alas! Cue is online. By way of an editor's statement, I want to thank all the writers for their rich contributions and for their indefatigable patience. Also to Morgan Lucas, for the opportunity to be editorial.
please submit work to & support Cue's chapbook series and all other independent presses.
Thursday, June 11, 2009
Ok. And why I am listening to The Fall again & again & again?
I might miss this, but you shouldn't: the New Museum’s triennial Younger Than Jesus
Bishop Allen in Greenpoint? Yessiree.
Kitchen Press is now accepting submissions of short home-made videos to accompany individual poems from Rauan Klassnik's on-line chapbook "Ringing"
The six winning videos will be posted on the Ringing website and the six winning authors (video makers) will receive their choice of either one Black Ocean book or two Kitchen Press chapbooks (subject to availability) shipped to a U.S. address.
Deadline: June 15, 2009 (winners to be announced and videos posted to website shortly thereafter).
The third installment of the Coinside series in conjunction with the Deep Moat Reading Series. Each Coinside contains a lithographed image with a poem in hand-set 6 point type.
Julia Cohen & Justin Marks featured.
Tomorrow is Miriam's birthday. Come over.
Saturday, June 6, 2009
I think he said, "I'm strong enough to ache." That's enough. Sunny today as in suntan lotion recommended. Im pretty good and you?
To the new(s). Say it isn't so Kim.
Joshua Marie Wilkinson has poems you should read.
and Andrew Lundwall as well.
The L Magazine will host the first annual Northside Music and Arts Festival, a four-day celebration of New York City’s independent music and art scene, taking place from June 11-14 at over fifty music venues and galleries throughout the Williamsburg and Greenpoint neighborhoods of Brooklyn. Sunset Rubdown anyone?
I hope you're fine. I'm going to see Pink Mountaintops tonight. Tonighter. You should too. Mercury Lounge.