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"Johnson Absolutely" in Your One Phone Call

Outlaw poetry blog Your One Phone Call published my poem “Johnson Absolutely” today. You can read it here.

This piece is another to feature Jean Savage, an antiestablishment figure who turned up in a number of poems and stories. 57 more words

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"Breech Birth of Democracy" and 2 other poems in Ygdrasil

“The first Literary Journal to be published on the Internet,” Ygdrasil started in 1994 and is still going strong. Their new September issue (Vol XXV, Issue 9, Number 293) was released a bit early. 30 more words

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In Between Hangovers publishes "When is Enough Is Enough Is Enough?"

Today, poetry blog In Between Hangovers published my poem “When is Enough Is Enough Is Enough?” You can read the full text here.

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"This World is Ash" in Black Poppy Review

Black Poppy Review posted my poem “This World is Ash” today. The poem takes the volcanic destruction of Herculanum and Pompei as it’s starting point. You can read the full piece here.

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"Fake History" video poem in Up the Staircase Quarterly

Up the Staircase Quarterly #38 is a special issue collecting audio and visual poetry. It includes my video poem “Fake History,” along with a note about the inspiration and making of the piece. 7 more words

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"Work Hurts" in Rusty Truck

Poetry blog Rusty Truck posted my poem “Work Hurts” today in company with a batch of outlaw writing. This piece refers to a short-lived temp work assignment I had at the main USPS office in DC many years ago. You can read it here.

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"Hashing the Input" with related video and stills in Otoliths

Otoliths #46, the southern autumn issue, is finally live on the web. A massive collection of visual, textual and video works, the issue includes my text poem “Hashing the Input” along with a link to the “Succubus Highway” video poem, and six stills from that video piece. 25 more words

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