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danskjavlarna:

"They never saw their child again."  From Simple Hans and Other Funny Pictures and Stories, 1854.

danskjavlarna:

"They never saw their child again."  From Simple Hans and Other Funny Pictures and Stories, 1854.

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peekasso:

central casting

peekasso:

central casting

markcugini:

Most likely, we’re going to remember Jenni B. Baker as the best erasure poet that has ever lived.
more at Boaat

markcugini:

Most likely, we’re going to remember Jenni B. Baker as the best erasure poet that has ever lived.

more at Boaat

Saturday Spotlight: Sara Woods ›

altlitgossip:

please describe where you are right now

I am in my bed right now. It is 11:15 am and the window is open and because it rained yesterday there’s a nice cool breeze. My room is the attic room in a big cool old house full of queer people in Portland, OR. It has perfect lighting for interesting pictures.

Sara Woods is the bomb dot com. Actually moonbears dot biz but you get the picture.

Good week vibes.

playsinverse:

Forthcoming Plays Inverse author C Dylan Bassett’s piece ROOMS was a finalist in Issue 5 of elsewhere! Check it out, and keep an eye out for his book THE INVENTION OF MONSTERS / PLAYS FOR THE THEATRE April 8, 2015.

I wake to the engine rev of a car en route. A fly breaks my eye’s momentum, and lures me to the window. It was raining while I dreamed of thunder, like a ghost story with a perfectly logical explanation.


"The leaves are always falling or in flux, just as I am not what I asked for, no longer the boy to whom my father gave his name. My wounds are my own."

playsinverse:

Forthcoming Plays Inverse author C Dylan Bassett’s piece ROOMS was a finalist in Issue 5 of elsewhere! Check it out, and keep an eye out for his book THE INVENTION OF MONSTERS / PLAYS FOR THE THEATRE April 8, 2015.

I wake to the engine rev of a car en route. A fly breaks my eye’s momentum, and lures me to the window. It was raining while I dreamed of thunder, like a ghost story with a perfectly logical explanation.

"The leaves are always falling or in flux, just as I am not what I asked for, no longer the boy to whom my father gave his name. My wounds are my own."

of Montreal - It’s A Very Starry Night

of Montreal - It’s A Very Starry Night

Can’t recommend Simon Jacobs’ chapbook SATURN enough. Check it out from Spork Press (whose letterpressed raw board covers are little pieces of art on their own).

In the gale outside, he sees apparitions of the past, faces he’s synthesized over the years: the flaming red Ziggy Stardust mullet, the fascist-chic of the Thin White Duke, images from other eras he spent functioning in myth; now, he finds himself slipping inexorably, apocalyptically back into it, for the first time in a decade.

      He has just finished recording.

Can’t recommend Simon Jacobs’ chapbook SATURN enough. Check it out from Spork Press (whose letterpressed raw board covers are little pieces of art on their own).

In the gale outside, he sees apparitions of the past, faces he’s synthesized over the years: the flaming red Ziggy Stardust mullet, the fascist-chic of the Thin White Duke, images from other eras he spent functioning in myth; now, he finds himself slipping inexorably, apocalyptically back into it, for the first time in a decade.

      He has just finished recording.

(Source: dollychops)

Just ordered a 2015 Hobonichi Planner cause I’m good enough, I’m smart enough, and doggone it, people like me.

playsinverse:

MAJOR UPDATES & ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Plays Inverse Press is proud to announce that our next book, Bloodletting in Minor Scales [A Canvas in Arms.] by Justin Limoli, will officially be released December 9, 2014. Advance Reading copies are heading out now, with additional updates and pre-order information to come. We love love love this work and can hardly wait to unleash it on the world. Sites / publications / individuals interested in an early copy for review, hit us up at editor at playsinverse dot com.
We’re also proud to announce that we’ll be publishing C. Dylan Bassett’s collection of scene poems, THE INVENTION OF MONSTERS / PLAYS FOR THE THEATRE, on April 8, 2015. Several of these scenes appeared in other forms in the limited edition chapbooks Some Futuristic Afternoons (Strange Cage) and The Invention of Monsters, co-written with Summer Ellison (IO: A Journal of New American Poetry), and we’re beyond excited to continue the life of this work. Keep an eye out for us at table 1630 at AWP with our good friends The Lettered Streets Press & Ghost Ocean Magazine where we’ll have the first copies on sale.
Lastly, THE HOLY GHOST PEOPLE by Joshua Young is going into a second printing! Thank you so much to everyone who has bought a copy so far and for all the wonderful feedback. If you haven’t gotten yours yet, you can still help us sell the last handful of copies from the first printing at http://ow.ly/AZynK, or help us out with a review at http://ow.ly/AZzI3!
Thanks for your support, and we hope you’re as excited for the upcoming months as we are! Stay tuned for future details, and you can find more information on Plays Inverse including our mission statement and submission info at www.playsinverse.com.

Big news over at Plays Inverse. Thanks so much for the support everyone. 2015 is already shaping up to be pretty rad.

playsinverse:

MAJOR UPDATES & ANNOUNCEMENTS:

  • Plays Inverse Press is proud to announce that our next book, Bloodletting in Minor Scales [A Canvas in Arms.] by Justin Limoli, will officially be released December 9, 2014. Advance Reading copies are heading out now, with additional updates and pre-order information to come. We love love love this work and can hardly wait to unleash it on the world. Sites / publications / individuals interested in an early copy for review, hit us up at editor at playsinverse dot com.

  • We’re also proud to announce that we’ll be publishing C. Dylan Bassett’s collection of scene poems, THE INVENTION OF MONSTERS / PLAYS FOR THE THEATRE, on April 8, 2015. Several of these scenes appeared in other forms in the limited edition chapbooks Some Futuristic Afternoons (Strange Cage) and The Invention of Monsters, co-written with Summer Ellison (IO: A Journal of New American Poetry), and we’re beyond excited to continue the life of this work. Keep an eye out for us at table 1630 at AWP with our good friends The Lettered Streets Press & Ghost Ocean Magazine where we’ll have the first copies on sale.

  • Lastly, THE HOLY GHOST PEOPLE by Joshua Young is going into a second printing! Thank you so much to everyone who has bought a copy so far and for all the wonderful feedback. If you haven’t gotten yours yet, you can still help us sell the last handful of copies from the first printing at http://ow.ly/AZynK, or help us out with a review at http://ow.ly/AZzI3!

Thanks for your support, and we hope you’re as excited for the upcoming months as we are! Stay tuned for future details, and you can find more information on Plays Inverse including our mission statement and submission info at www.playsinverse.com.

Big news over at Plays Inverse. Thanks so much for the support everyone. 2015 is already shaping up to be pretty rad.

swet shop boys (Heems & Riz MC) // batalvi (prod. trooko)

 (Source: mahdic, via nehrujackets)

swet shop boys (Heems & Riz MC) // batalvi (prod. trooko)

(Source: mahdic, via nehrujackets)

(Source: secretotaku)

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