We're seeing this:
Trailer for "Live Free or Die Hard":
Being not fully better from my cold & me being home a lot as a result, & me living with DL now means that these are common phrases in our household:
2) "I'm going to separate your muscle from your bone now."
3) "I'm going to pin you down and give you a mohawk. Watch me."
4) "If I crumple your body on the floor, will it attract mice?"
5) "You're just a magic pony" (I've never understood this one.)
6) "Why do you keep saying uncle? I'm not your uncle."
Common occurrences that coincide with above common phrases:
1) Julia in a headlock.
2) Julia in a headlock.
3) Julia in a headlock.
4) Julia in a headlock.
5) Julia in a headlock.
6) DL in a headlock!!!
Will you find this baby and give it to me?:
Ok, something poetry related:
LIT 12 LAUNCH PARTY AND CELEBRATION!
Wednesday, June 13th from 6-10 PM
Wollman Hall @ The New School
66 West 12th Street, NYC, 10011
Featuring readings by...
Live DJ! Food and drinks! Copies of LIT! Literary excitement!
Stephanie Anderson's work has appeared or is forthcoming in American Letters & Commentary, Boston Review, Denver Quarterly, DIAGRAM, LIT, Painted Bride Quarterly , and Typo, and her chapbook, In the Particular Particular, won the 2006 DIAGRAM/New Michigan Press Chapbook Contest. She lives in Manhattan and teaches in Harlem and East New York.
Ed Park is a founding editor of The Believer. His short fiction has appeared in Columbia, Crowd, and the anthology Trampoline, edited by Kelly Link. His first novel, Personal Days, will be published next year by Random House.
Rebecca Wolff is the editor and publisher of Fence and Fence Books. Her own books are Manderley and Figment; she is at work on a novel, The Beginners.
Ishmael Beah is the author of A Long Way Gone: Memoirs of a Boy Soldier, published by Sarah Crichton Books, an imprint of Farrar, Straus & Giroux. He now lives in Brooklyn.
Sampson Starkweather was born in Pittsboro, North Carolina. He works as an editor of science textbooks. His poems are published or forthcoming in jubilat, Poetry Daily, Absent, New York Quarterly, Sink Review, Gargoyle, Redivider, Ashville Poetry Review, Lumina; and were nominated for a 2006 Pushcart Prize. He lives in the woods alone.
LIT 12 is now available!
Featuring poetry and prose by...
Stephanie Anderson * Ralph Angel * John Ashbery * Sarah Bartlett * Edward Bartók-Baratta * Ishmael Beah * Francis Benteaux * Dan Boehl * Jessica Breheny * Shira Dentz * Julie Doxsee * Elisa Gabbert * John Gallaher * Daniel George * Dobby Gibson * Noah Eli Gordon * Kurt Haenicke * James Haug * Matthew Henriksen * Donald Illich * Joy Katz * Erica Kaufman * Mark Lawlor * Alex Lemon * Federico García Lorca * Joseph Massey * Clay Matthews * Kristi Maxwell * Kristin McGonigle * Joyelle McSweeney * Sharon Mesmer * Stephen Paul Miller * Gina Myers * Amanda Nadelberg * Carol Novack * Ed Park * Andrew Michael Roberts * Minal K. Singh * Sampson Starkweather * Mathias Svalina * Jen Tynes * Susan Wheeler * Joshua Marie Wilkinson * Dustin Williamson * Allyssa Wolf * Rebecca Wolff
Emily Farranto * Pamela Lawton
Plus a SPECIAL FEATURE on THE NEW SCHOOL'S ASHBERY FESTIVAL
Featuring an interview with JOHN ASHBERY by Marit MacArthur and critical writing by...
Kacper Bartczak * William Burgos * Roger Gilbert * Daniel Kane * David Kermani * John Koethe * Micaela Morrissette * Dara Wier
For more info, visit the LIT blog at http://lit-magazine.blogspot.com!
There are a lot of people in this issue whose work I'm pumped to read. We all better go to this launch and snag copies of Lit 12. I've never heard Sam Starkweather read before, so it's also a novelty act.