Monthly Archives: November 2010
Read a daddy poem, and came in third place this time. I wonder what’s next.
I woke up at a friend’s apartment on Saturday morning to a google alarm. I had volunteered to spend the day gardening at a co-op in Brooklyn, and my email alarm was kindly reminding me of my responsibility. I was … Continue reading
This is what is going on for the next couple of days… Along with 30 in 30 (30 poems in November) Tomorrow is coffee and writing and painting at The Hungarian Pastry Shop This Friday is The Slip writing group, … Continue reading
I slammed at the Bowery Poetry Club last night. I made it to the third round and came in 2nd to Brian Omni Dillon (who is BRILLIANT). I feel pretty fantastic.
Started this writing group called “The Slip” a little while ago. We meet on Fridays, and we do writing exercises and make each other food and talk about whatever the hell we want to talk about. Good things get written, … Continue reading
30 poems in 30 days. It’s a strange exercise. In fact, the last poem I wrote was in spanish. I write every day anyway, but 30 in 30 is a bit different. It demands a beginning, middle, and end. The … Continue reading
Here’s to whatever makes you make. Cheers.
If this is going to work there has to be beauty. There have to be artists with overflowing hands. Plenty. Abundance. Full of beautiful things. I am full of overflowing. If this is going to work there have to be … Continue reading
I slammed at the Bowery tonight. I came in last place. Feeling pretty alright.