Monthly Archives: February 2012

The Internet is Real: Richard Grayson emailed me a pdf of his ebook “Winter in Brooklyn December 1971 – March 1972”

Richard Grayson‘s email header read, “a couple books you’ll probably find boring.” He explained they were from his diaries, and written for himself. I opened the 1st pdf “Late Spring in Sunrise 1982” and read the 1st few pages regarding a … Continue reading

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The Internet is Real: Gabby Gabby emailed me a pdf of her ebook “pretty flowers”

“pretty flowers” is a curious formatted poem, or group of poems without any clear delineation between them by Gabby Gabby [1]. There is no rhyme or stanzas, per se, yet this is 100% poetry. In a large Helvetica (italicized?) font each … Continue reading

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The Internet is Real: Walter Mackey messaged me a pdf of his ebook ‘Okstupid’

How I came across ‘Okstupid’ by Walter Mackey Carnivorous Judy is Walter Mackey’s handle on Facebook. He had posted a picture of Bjork CDs that many of my FB friend’s involved in ‘internet literature’ had commented on. Jimmy Chen (my … Continue reading

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The Internet is real: Ana C. mailed me her chapbook “make-believe love-making”

The internet is real. On Jan. 27th while toner was being heated onto paper, I scrolled through my Facebook feed. I make copies while depressed, or weirdly hyper, 40 hrs a week, and read things online because my job doesn’t require the … Continue reading

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On the Significance of Monday

I began this post on Monday, but found myself unable to complete it until Wednesday. Speaks to the phenomenon in question, I’d say… What is it about Monday that produces melancholy in so many people? Countless songs have been written … Continue reading

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