New chapbooks from the LRL Textile Series.
Stepping back to take a breath after my 50th chapbook release. See you on the other side, B’s!
Now available at www.textileseries.com!
compline: (Wrote) If you happen to be in Seattle for AWP this year, maybe we’ll have a chance to see each other? This is my first (and probably last!) time attending, so I’m trying to get a lifetime of AWP activities into a single weekend (which is the M.O., I guess!): • I’m giving a …
Jamie Townsend Outfit.
It’s winter and we know you’d just love to curl up by the fire with a cup of coffee (whiskey?) and some cozy chaps. New work by David Hadbawnik, Adam Fagin, Doug MacPherson, Matt Reeck, Forrest Roth & Dawn Pendergast. What’s Included: There’s a free-form translation of Virgil’s Aeneid (from books 1 & 2) by …
Spring sprung with a bunch of new chapbooks but the textile series. See what’s been keeping me so busy. Buy one or two or a zillion of them.
It was not a good week for poetry this week. I fell off the wagon for a couple of days.
This is a simple concept. Send a handwritten poem out every day to a list of people and get one in return. I’m checking myself before I wreck myself.
Counting down to the launch of Little Red Leaves #6: The Ephemera issue. I’ve completed two more poems for this issue and have stepped back for a second to talk a little about the how-and-why. Lisa Fishman submitted a gorgeous short poem called [Can you carry this object]. The poem’s short lines, teetering on curt, …
As a lover/hater of all things pantoum, I was truly excited to read “Dawn” by C.S. Carrier. The poem feels more like a procession than a beginning. Lines like “she’s splotched with porcelain” and “the rain pools in the turquoise ashtray” immediately evoke stillness, silence, inactivity. You feel the inevitability of the day, the stillness …
Little Red Leaves has taken on a pretty ambitious task. Issue #6 will consist of individually owned and operated ephemera objects that promise to be all over the place (in a good way). The first poem up for ephemerization was Lauren Levin’s ‘Tresk,” a wonderfully jagged poem that stomps down the page. Here’s a sneak …
After many a night ironing and folding and taping and sewing and cutting and clipping and starting over: here it is. Dusie 2011. Open publication – Free publishing – More dusie
I don’t usually venture into the world of chapbook fabrication outside of the Dusie kollektiv, but I took a few weeks to make Paul a chapbook for Christmas. I sketched these critters over and over until they mildly resembled animals.
Last April and May, Nick and Lauren Goebel of Goebel Media Group taught an excellent class on Website Basics at the Knight Community Innovation Center. They volunteered their time to help Milledgeville businesses understand how their website (or lack of a website) could be impacting their bottom line!
Digital Bridge’s Knight Community Innovation Center opened its doors to the public on April 21st 2010. And almost everyone came. I put up this gallery to remember all the people that I met in Milledgeville, for better/worse.
Digital Bridges teamed up with Georgia College & State University Professor of Mass Communication, Dr. Ginger Carter Miller, to offer a three-part Advanced Twitter Workshop to get the Ville tweeting like a pro. While we didn’t get the attendance we were hoping for, it was a cozy class and tons of fun.