Month: June 2009
LIT Launch! This Saturday!
Come help LIT celebrate the launch of it’s anniversary double issue this Saturday night! This issue has been a long time in the making and it feels so, so good to finally have it in tangible form. There is something in this issue for everyone. I know people say dumb stuff like that all the…
Hellhole Ratrace, For Sure
Girls is playing three times this weekend. I acutally think I am up for going. I haven’t been so interested in going to shows lately but I’m into this. Also, I’ve add WFMU’s Beware of the Blog to my google reader. They’ve got all these recordings from the recent Primavera Sound Festival that just took…
Quick update about poetry festival today…
…I’m not going to be there. I found out this week that a childhood friend of mine lost his sister. I will been attending the memorial service for her today instead of attending the Jackson Heights Poetry festival. But you should go. There are going to be a bunch of good readers and a bunch…
Poem up at Raleigh Quarterly & WFMU all day, everyday!
A little late in posting this, but I have a poem up now at Raleigh Quarterly. Exciting! Also, having felt as if I have indefinitely run out of music to listen to, I have decided that I am going to listen to nothing but WFMU all day, every day (for better or for worse, and…
LIT and Joe Meno at McNally Jackson Books
Just a quick note to say that LIT will be co-hosting Joe Meno’s reading at McNally Jackson Books, whose story “Airports of Light” was published in LIT 14, on Thursday, June 18 at 7pm. His new novel The Great Perhaps is available now from W.W. Norton. He will be reading with author Maggie Estep. After…
Congrats to NYFA recepient Paige Taggart!
…and to all the other people who won. What an amazing thing! So awesome that fellowships like this exist! Definitely motivation to get it together and submit, submit, submit. New York Foundation for the Arts 2009 Fellows & Panelists Winners
This book is like a fever
It is at once the best book I’ve ever read and a terrible, terrible blow to my ego. The macrocasm of mirco-subjectivity.
Music in my head
It took me until I got to work this morning to remember who sang this song. I’m not really even a big Stars fan, so why it showed up in my dream last night is beyond me. I mean, I can infer, but still, seems haphazard.