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DC Police Blotter: Who's the Surrealist?

DYSTOPIA–Dystopia College campus police responded to an altercation at the Dead Albatross Saturday night after a group of English majors got into a heated argument about whether Rimbaud or Breton was the more surreal poet, according to police spokesperson Capt. 136 more words

An Unbecoming Fit of Frenzy

An Unbecoming Fit of Frenzy
By Bruce McRae
Cawing Crow Press LLC – £8.50/$13.00

A pawn shop loaning out midnight
and the musty quiet of tombs. 421 more words


Pursuing the Unattainable

I’ve written a few words on my essay for Booklore here.

Arthur Rimbaud, photograph by Étienne Carjat (1871/72).


Arthur Rimbaud

The sun has wept rose in the shell of your ears,
The world has rolled white from your back, your thighs;
The sea has stained rust the crimson of your breasts, 26 more words


L'hiver, nous irons dans un petit wagon rose

Here is a poem by Rimbaud, describing a dream of getting into a carriage with a companion or lover, cozily settling into the cushions and falling into his lover’s arms for a sensual journey. 311 more words

Authors I Would Like to Read

This month is the month in which, many years ago, I was born. In the interest of Internet safety please refrain from confirming the actual date of birth, I beg you. 97 more words


Le Bateau Ivre (Loxodromes II)

A good way to embarrass oneself is to go to a book store in a foreign country whose language one is not fluent in, and buy a book. 254 more words