Thursday, April 26, 2012

Links to Australia and Toronto

Here's an interesting article I found about Ernest Hemingway's time in Toronto. As you can imagine, the city and the writer did not get along.

I am breaking into the Australian poetry scene with a post here.

When you get done with all that, check out another poem of mine from Crisis Chronicles.

Saturday, April 21, 2012

Things to Read

The following I offer to you all, for free:

Two poems in Nether Magazine, which is run out of Mumbai.

A poem up at Crisis Chronicles, about the time I was able to write a pre- and post-apocalyptic novel. I get to follow a poem by Ezra Pound.

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Expat Hodgepodge of a Man in Noon

People, people, get on board with new poems on the Nardolilli Express. At Cavalcade of Stars I have a whole bunch up for you to read. Apologies if the spacing makes it hard to read them. I also have some a poem here at the bottom of the screen. Look for the familiar face trapped on the TV screen. Poetry for the Masses has another poem of mine in its April 2012 issue, which you should all read because you are all part of the masses. Right? Right. 

Something for you writers out there: here's a funny little generator you can use to come up with a title for your next TV show. See how many real TV shows you can recognize in the fake titles. My favorite is "Perfect Strokes."

Monday, April 9, 2012

DC Authors, Come Pitch Your Books!

On Wednesday, April 11, at 7 p.m at Politics and Prose in DC, my good friends The Book Doctors will be hosting Pitchapalooza, an event where authors can come and pitch their ideas about books and receive feedback from experts about how to put their passion into print. 

In other news, I have an interview up at Dan O'Brien's blog. He published me in a collection from Empirical Magazine called Latitude on 2nd. I also have a mess of poems up at MungBeing based around the theme of Exploration.

Saturday, April 7, 2012

Happy Poetry Month (With a Short Story Included)

It's that time of year again! April is National Poetry Month, so now you can feel seasonal when you read my work. If you are looking for something experimental, I have a poem based on work of Spinoza at The Internet Is Dead. Meanwhile, Houseboat has put up a chapbook's worth of work up here. I am a featured poet!

I have also a short story to share, which is appropriately titled Ars Poetica.

And in honor of Easter, a video on Jesus

Sunday, April 1, 2012

Dumb Butt Poems

Well, I'm big in the Netherlands, apparently. That's Holland for all of your who aren't up to date on your Low Country arrangements. Hits keeps coming from there. America, if this keeps up you will be displaced. You better start stepping up your game, whatever t is. The Dutch keep hitting this website more than any other country, certainly on a per capita basis. Either way, I have poems in the following locations:

On an unrelated note, enjoy this map that shows all the wind currently blowing in these United States::