How was your weekend? My brother left Denver yesterday afternoon, after acquiring a sunburn from skiing & a full belly from Lucile's creole food. Come back.
Does anyone know how to keep hyacinths alive? After all that repotting, they still want to tilt & die.
I'm not looking forward to this week. It involves lots of proofing, possibly giving up on an NEA grant application, and expanding a 6 page paper into a 15 page paper. Friday will be great though, 4th grade poetry & then a small press poetry festival at CU Boulder.
Issue 004 features work from:
Monday:: Alex Lemon
Wednesday:: Molly Bendall & John O'Brien
The Offending Adam has a new issue. The issue also tells me:
While you're around, if you missed anything from our previous issues, don't worry. All of our contributions remain archived and accessible on our site, including:
001.1:: Dan Beachy-Quick & Srikanth Reddy
001.2:: William Stobb
001.3:: Jennifer Sweeney
001.4:: Tom Clark
002.1:: Sasha Steensen
002.2:: Alex Long on Larry Levis
003.1:: Bob Hicok
003.2:: Christopher Schaberg & Mark Yakich
You could buy this:
Translated from the Greek by John Sakkis and Angelos Sakkis
Publisher: The Post-Apollo Press
Quantity Available: 47
New Colorado-based journal, M's poems: Umbrella Factory.
Lily Ladewig says nice things about my, Seth Landman's, and Ben Estes' chapbooks on her blog. Which is to say, maybe you should enjoy her blog, cuz clearly she knows what's up: http://lilyladewig.wordpress.com/2010/01/31/required-reading-chapbook-edition/