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poems:

Machete on Rye
Intolerable Patience (w/ Len Kuntz)
see: Guerilla Pamphlets, Vol. 10

THE SKY AS A RAILROAD
see: Train Write

blues song
thirty five dollar Hollywood
see: Psychic Meatloaf (Issue 3)

WUWM Interview & reading
regarding Bending Light Into Verse v.2
see: WUWM’s Lake Effect

secrets-
see: One-Sentence Stories at Monkey Bicycle

FALL IS A WORLD AWAY FROM HERE
see: Thunderclap!

Complex Machinery
see: Mud Luscious

WE SLEEP INSIDE IF WE SLEEP AT ALL
see: HOUSEFIRE

WORDS
STIPULATION CLAUSE, RAPUNZEL_MOREOVER
see: Thunderclap! (Issue 5) [print & free PDF]

three 3-line poems
see: Three Line Poetry (Issue 2)

three 3-line poems
see: Three Line Poetry

singing sun, drunk–at another airport bar
as if nothing could harm us
trans  { iconoclastic, ex i-iv
see: Prick of the Spindle (Vol. 5.1)

read {-ily
see: In Stereo Press

de-
-inter, -infra, -intra
Indifference, Flower
vaguely [via] supposed side  -effect
see: Blue &Yellow Dog

DIM WHITE HURRICANE
DAYDREAMS OF UNKNOWN PROTAGONISTS
see: NAP Literary Magazine (Issue 1.2)

a night by the pier and sway
see: amphibi.us

WUWM Interview & reading of
WE LOST THE CHILDREN, ONE BY ONE
see: WUWM Lake Effect’s Flash Fiction Friday (~5:45)

WE LOST THE CHILDREN, ONE BY ONE
see: HOUSEFIRE

read {-ily
seismic lens feudal dis’bracement
glass figurine, revolt!}
see: bending light into verse ii  

dys  { _correspondence
see: elimae

accountable withholdings
_disney nev’r said my name
see: The Sixteenth Letter

you can cock your head; you can really look sincere
see: DOGZPLOT

w hat e ver
see: Short, Fast, and Deadly (Issue 61)

: gin still, headlong
see: Twenty20

& (as read by Nic Sebastian)
see: Whale Sound

all of everything, all of the time
a crease, bending in the afterglow [fig 1]
see: one | two at Calliope Nerve

footnotes from inland some
apricot cylinder personals blues
see: PDF GP#6 | Guerilla Pamphlets

System of Composing, Music
-Still
For Three
see: and/or (Volume 1) | and/or on ISSUU

silent, we-
see: Phantom Kangaroo

upon landing
see: The Literary Burlesque

[French marauder, from maraud, tomcat, vagabond.]
you androids keep it down –
this is the john in the basement
of a bookstore, affectionately:
see: The Delinquent (issue 13) | PDF

&
see: Calliope Nerve

fet    I    sh    eye    sing\,
a crease, bending in the afterglow [fig. II]
see: elimae

what is    [-tense]
see: Pismire Poetry

little symphonies: movement ninteen
see: Four and Twenty (volume 3, issue 11) 

Helios, Selene, and Doris Day
see: Clutching at Straws

little symphonies: movement twelve point one
little symphonies: movement twelve point two
little symphonies: movement twelve point thr/ee
little symphonies: movement twelve point four
little symphonies: movement twelve point f i ve
see: Otoliths (issue ninteen)

American and Elegant I
American and Elegant II
see: Roadrunner Journal (X:3)

Circa: 19–
detonator, indeed
see: Counterexample Poetics 

American Vernacular
American Vernacular II: shouting obscenities
Ode
see: Ditch

Frog/Lil’ Jon Haiku
see: High Coup Journal

Turbulence
Building Repetition
Hello Bossa Nova
Revolutions
Sometimes I swear you’ve got a Heart like a Jukebox.
Untitled
…all the while, the Moon there watching
like laughing out of car windows
see: bending light into verse (a photobook by Jennifer L. Tomaloff)

Bay View, mid–afternoon
Like Many Before Them
Sometimes I swear you’ve got a Heart like a Jukebox.
see: BlazeVox 2kX (Spring)  full issue: BlazeVox ARKV

Character Assassination
see: Straylight Literary Arts Magazine (PRINT Volume 4.1)

Hello Bossa Nova
see: Deuce Coupe 

The Grandest Gestures
see: Asphodel Madness

 

not poems:

WUWM Interview & reading
regarding Bending Light Into Verse v.2
see: WUWM’s Lake Effect

WUWM Interview & reading of
WE LOST THE CHILDREN, ONE BY ONE
see: WUWM Lake Effect’s Flash Fiction Friday (~5:45)

[dt] listing at POETS & WRITERS

[dt] Convinces Whale Sound 

[dt] an old school renaissance man? 

 

books:

LIONTAMER’S BLUES (six eight press)