Sunday, September 5, 2010

Swim to the Raft Press

Things that have happened so far this weekend:

I swam to a raft. Jellyfish bounced off my legs as I swam.

I am watched a deaf and blind dog walk into walls and other objects.

I picked flowers.

I fed crab apples to cows.

I saw M's shirt get torn on a thorn.

I emptied out the drawers in my grandmother's pantry.

I admired the uncut grasses.

I showed S a bunker under the hill in the cow pasture.

I tried on coats that were too big.

I watched Wayne's World.

I have not yet said goodbye to Rhode Island.

Photos from Mexico:


New issue of:
Reviews of Contemporary Poetry and Literary Fiction

A Delicious Slant: Simeon Berry on Elisa Gabbert’s The French Exit,

Adam Robi(n)son and the Evolution of One-Handed Piano Compositions: Matt Jasper on Adam Robinson's Adam Robison and Other Poems,

Beyond Description: Poetry That Stares--An Essay by Kurt Brown,

From Imaginary People: Grace Onorato on Sam Savage’s The Cry of the Sloth,

An Inescapable Speech: James Cihlar reviews Mute by Raymond Luczak,

Living Body: Dan Rosenberg on Tomaz Salamun’s There’s the Hand and There’s the Arid Chair,

Location: The Stealth Protagonist--An Essay by Monty Mickelson,

Unique Houses in the Same Town: Kelly Frankenberg reviews Town by Kate Schapira,

Our Common World: Mary Meriam reviews John Whitworth’s Lovely Day for a Wedding and Panic by Julia Vinograd,

The Myth of Women’s Masochism--An Essay by Stephanie Cleveland,

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