$650 apartment for $650
"I think that the most interesting thing in the language is the noise.... I like things that would be noise or something that you wouldn't even notice." - Ted Greenwald (from the interview by Arlo Quint in the new Poetry Project Newsletter)
The day comes we are to meet our new owners. It's important to watch very closely.
Rabbit Light Movies is now online. Episode 5 features Stephanie Young, Catherine Wagner, Joshua Poteat, J'Lyn Chapman, Jaswinder Bolina, and Chuck Stebelton (above). Episodes 1-4 are up as well. rabbitlightmovies.com. You need it.
And have you been keeping up with Dorothea Lasky's tiny tour as it rolls through the rooms of her apartment? I think the bathroom leg is my favorite so far.
Two people on their knees, strangers, side by side, looking at some papers on the floor. There's no unease between them. Who's taking the pictures? (he says.) Who wrote down the story?
There's a review of case sensitive by Susan S. Williams in the new Blackbird and a review of Rushes in Noah Eli Gordon's "Chapbook Corner" in the current Rain Taxi (you can read that here). The Bedside Guide (Second Floor) is out and the release party is on Sunday, Dec 3 at KGB. We had fun in Kingston. (News in brief.)
This feels kind of like the last one--it's the only one until spring that's somewhere farther away than NYC or Philadelphia.
I have it on good authority that Paige Ackerson-Kiely will be in the audience on Saturday afternoon. So if, through no fault of your own, you have to miss her chair-burning reading in Brooklyn Friday (that's tomorrow) night, you can bring your worn and precious copy or your brand new copy of In No One's Land to Kingston and have her sign it for you there.
Paige Ackerson-Kiely, Lily Brown, & Elizabeth Robinson
There is a plot.
"I get the feeling you tune in to your environment."
Look at those lamps!
"I'm suddenly wracked with guilt."