"Fatalism" By Google Image:
"Fatalism" by Google Image:
Is Russia just another word for fatalism?
One movie not even watchable with witty friends, tipsy, at 4am: Music and Lyrics.
On some late night talk show, I heard Hugh Grant rightfully admit he was wrongfully cast. I guess the draw of acting the part of an aging pop star was just too strong to escape from.
I went to see Jackie Clark and Christie Ann Reynolds read their poetry at the 440 Gallery. Watch out for these two, they're good.
Two options for your Wednesday night:
Peter Gizzi at the poetry project. His new book (below) The Outernationale just published w/ Wesleyan University Press. I have read his other books and chapbooks and intend to buy this too. I suggest you also buy Some Values of Landscape and Weather his last title.
Amy King also has a reading on Wednesday. Details TBA.
This is the cover of her new book:
Seriously if anyone goes to this, please tell me so I can laugh and laugh:
Tuesday May 22, 2007 at 8 p.m.
The National Arts Club presents
A CELEBRATION OF HAIKU AND BASEBALL WITH BILLY COLLINS
Former poet laureate of the United States and bestselling author
Billy Collins will read from and talk about his recent book of haiku,
"She Was Just Seventeen." Former president of the Haiku Society of
America Cor van den Heuvel will then read and discuss haiku from his
new book "Baseball Haiku" (published by W.W. Norton and co-edited
with Nanae Tamura), and three of the featured poets in the book--Alan
Pizzarelli, Ed Markowski, and Brenda Gannam--will read their baseball
Wine reception to follow.
The event is free and no reservations are required.
The National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park South
New York City
I think I just found the title for my manuscript:
Haiku and Baseball with Billy Collins: A Celebration
By Julia Cohen