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My poetry collection, Arguments for Lawn Chairs, will be launching this Sunday at Supermarket, along with other great books! If you’re in the city, come on out! Stone Woman by Bianca Lakoseljac The Sea-Wave by Rolli Arguments for Lawn Chairs … Continue reading
To welcome my first book of poetry, Arguments for Lawn Chairs, into the world, come on out to the Steady on June 9th, for a night of poetry, music, and celebration! When: June 9th, 2016, 8:30 Where: The Steady, 1051 … Continue reading
Where Has Inky the Octopus Gone? Or, Animal Intelligence The question on all our minds: where has Inky the octopus gone? Well, Inky’s gone to the Sorbonne. Inky’s just about finished his Proust. Inky’s writing a treatise on the nature … Continue reading
Paul Auster on coincidence in fiction ( From “Interview with Larry McCaffery and Sinda Gregory,” The Art of Hunger, pages 287-288): “From an aesthetic point of view, the introduction of chance elements in fiction probably creates as many problems as it solves. … Continue reading