Aug 31, 2004
Allridge requested a last meal
of a double-meat bacon cheeseburger w/
lettuce, tomatoes & salad dressing.
He also requested shoestring french fries w/
ketchup, banana pudding or
banana pudding ice cream, watermelon or
white seedless grapes.
"I am sorry," he said.
Aug 27, 2004
Aug 26, 2004
Just one Pangyric.
"I am destroying the body in order to bring out the text" .
NEG gets a certificate with wings and one of those shark-tooth necklaces.
I want an orange one.
Find a puppy;
Give the puppy some Puppy Chow or a nice piece of steak;
Remember, all poems are political.
Who the man?;
You the man.
Try writing your poems on the underside of your coffin-lid;
Now you can get laid forever.
this will make the reader a little dead also;
now everyone can begin to try to enjoy the poems.
Aug 24, 2004
Aug 23, 2004
Aug 20, 2004
Aug 16, 2004
Will o' the wisp jig slop
foam shadow eye
hair mote digital wave
scrape Draco stars
lens vertigo horizon lantern
chimera cell tussle
rising bird down
gazelle line tango
throttle huddle missive
camera votive angle
grape light Shasta
launch prison open
flower muscle light
runner curler mower
earlobe wire ocean
water current gulf
gooseneck S dips
molten castle bubble
Nessie column sparkle
fluid flat hills
light mote wink
water rush fire
dim glow shoal
water shadow texture
r smoke phantom
i light finger schema
lit point vertigo
Aug 9, 2004
I'm off to CT for about 4 days tomorrow morning (tremendously exciting way to spend my vacation, I know...) so expect more sporadic than usual blogging. As any of you who have spend any time in CT know, there's absolutely nothing to do in CT whatsoever, so I'm hoping to catch up on my elephantine reading list. In an act of unparallelled pretentiousness, I'll give my reading list (for all of you who are saying :"What!?! That bastard hasn't read my book YET!" Rest assured the situation will be rectified by Friday.
CT READING LIST:
Selected Writings: An Introduction to Orgonomy Wilhelm Reich
Wilhelm Reich Charles Rycroft
Serenades James Meetze
Down Spooky Shanna Compton
Schema Alli Warren
Sky Journal from Land hassen
Sky Journal from Sea hassen
North/South John Cotter and Shafer Hall
What Belongs in the Circle Noah Eli Gordon
Belladonna Bilingue 1 & 2
N+1 Number 1
Simulacra and Simulation Jean Baudrillard
My chances of getting through all of it while simulatenously resetting all of my Mom's VCR, phone, oven, etc. clocks are next to nil, I realize... But it's best to aim high and get halfway there...
Aug 6, 2004
Thanks as always to Christopher Rizzo for preparing a beautiful pamphlet/broadside of pwoermds for the occasion.
Aug 5, 2004
Tonight at Gallery 108
Thursday, August 5th 7PM:
Geof Huth presents:
Eyear: an indiscriminate series of poems spoken
108 Beacon St., Somerville, MA
Contact: Mark Lamoureux, Maudite Productions
Free and open to the public.
Please do not miss this rare opportunity to see
the work of Geof Huth, visual artist and poet and
Geof will be presenting a selection of aural and
visual work, in addition visual works will be
displayed on the gallery walls.
Geof Huth is a writer of textual and visual
poetry. The latter includes any poetry written
for the page and enhanced by the shape of the
text, the addition of images, or other visual
augmentations. His textual poetry has appeared in
many journals including "The American Poetry
Review," "Hiram Poetry Review," "Mid-American
Review," and "Poetry Northwest."
His visual poetry has appeared in
exhibitions across the world and many small
magazines including "Chimera," "Emigre," "The
Little Magazine," "Lost and Found Times,"
"Score," and upcoming in "LIT." He writes
frequently about visual poetry, especially on his
weblog, dbqp: visualizing poetics. His chapbooks
include Analphabet, The Dreams of the
Fishwife, ghostlight, Peristyle, To a Small
Stream of Water (or Ditch), and wreadings.
Huth recently edited &2: an/thology of pwoermds,
the first anthology of one-word poems. He
received a B.A. in English from Vanderbilt
University and an M.A. in creative writing from
Syracuse University. His micropress dbqp
publishes minimalist, visual, and conceptual
Aug 3, 2004
This Just In from Credible Intelligence Sources
Oh my God! When the date turns over, all the computers are going to crash, airplanes will fall out of the sky! Chaos!
Do you have enough bottled water? The millenium is coming!
Aug 2, 2004
I noted that there were far more folks who stayed for relatively the entire weekend than ever before. Which is very nice, it gave the weekend a very cohesive and communal feel.