Okay, here goes, clipboard says:Yay!!! I am so excited! Soon
http://www.poeticinspire.com/morningmiror.jpgthat's what it said(it's on my blog today)damn..wiped off that hot love letter right before copy/pasting that link.next time you might get luckier:-)
Here goes: Snork, indeed. I prefer to crowd total abjectness and despair into a single 24 hours.
Hahaha, here it is-----I'm glad to know I can use those poems. If you have electronicversions of the poems you can send so I don't have to worry abouttypos in the transfer from paper to Word document, I would appreciateit.Additionally, could you please send me a contributor-note biography of50 words or less?Thanks again for letting me publish the poems.Sincerely,Steven D. SchroederEditorThe Eleventh Muse
Now why is this on my clipboard? Oh yeah... I was sending it on to a friend who may be moving to NYC. Dear Colleagues, This notice is posted by request of Carrie Bickner-Zeldman, assistantdirector for technology, The New York Public Library. NYPL has a vacancyfor a Java/XML developer in The Research Libraries/Digital LibraryProgram. The job posting is available fromhttp://www2.nypl.org/home/hr/jobs/index.cfm?Trg=4&RecId=1674. Regards, Barrie L. HowardProgram AssociateDigital Library Federation1755 Mass. Ave., NW, Suite 500Washington, DC 20036-2124http://www.diglib.orgV: (202) 939-4769F: (202) 939-4765
http://www.jefferybahr.com/Exceptional/Poems-2005.html------------Just sent that link to the three No Tell poets he mentioned.
We had a great night at our Greek Fest dinner and Ruby was an angel, barely crying the entire eve andsleeping through the night once we put her down at 11pm.**From an email I was responding to...
Author: Chadwick, Whitney. Title: Women artists and the surrealist movement / Whitney Chadwick. Edition: 1st U.S. ed. Publisher: Boston, Mass. : Little, Brown, c1985. Description: 256 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm. Notes: Bibliography: p. 244-246. Subject(s): Surrealism.Feminism and the arts.Women artists--Psychology. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Location: University Library General Collection Call Number: NX600.S9 C48 1985 Number of Items: 1 Status: Not Checked Out
The bootblack boy on his knees/in the dim of the bar gives himself/completely to the work of polishingmy oh my . . .
"I'm curious whether you might know anyone doing a story on the radio/podcasting shift... now at the beginning of the wave?"
I clicked ctrl-v and nothing came up. What a disappointment!
'Just think of it as a runway to the bathroom.'
Lorna Dee Cervantes said...So sorry about your recent loss. I remember a year of deep grief, of watching the plants die, the mail stack up & scatter, nothing to do but stare into the vacuum of me and a good book. Philosophy, mostly, the entire football team of Western Civ., Pedagogy of the Oppressed; the blank comfort of natural history magazines, studies of wolves; the ironic stare of vacant shelves, packed books & the yawn of empty boxes. Not talking for days to a soul, the perverse pleasure in arranging my life so that is so. I know. Every grief is splintered, layered. Why I find comfort in a coat of paint, in looking in on Stanley's hand-hewn life, the photos of poetry embossed in the gray matter with love, and smiling: "Live in the layers!" Yes, read. That's how I ended up with an ABD in History of Consciousness. Yes, go to the Ironic Points of Light. You know the way. Best to you & yours, and love.2:01 PM, August 02, 2005~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~weird & convenientas I just posted this to my blog & addressed the comment to you as well"I am so sorry about your recent loss. . ."I have been thinking of you, since.