Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Soon I Will Post a Real Post Again Soon

I'm not trying to be such a glory-hole all day every day, but my poem "The Human Tassel Is Hanged at Dawn" is up at Anti-, along with my Anti- thesis which is for some reason about fisting. (Remember the days when everything in poetry was "fisting" itself? Why was that happening?) There's also a picture of me which will truly disappoint you--I'm committing a Smile! It's not even black and white! There's not a single jug in it anywhere! I deprive you so hard, can you ever love me again?

The issue also includes work from Keith Wilson, Zach Savich, Joshua Rivkin, Patty Paine, Christina Olson, Dan Nowak, Eric Morris, Jeff Mock, Joel Lee, Stephanie Kartalopoulos, Megan Hudgins, Elizabeth Hoover, Jennifer H. Fortin, Cynthia Cruz, Jamison Crabtree, and Michael Cantor. Check it out.

6 comments:

Sandy Longhorn said...

Thanks for the link! Especially liked the 'long red maul' and the 'sheaf of parallel papercuts.' Ouch. Weird and haunting in the best way.

Tricia said...

Thanks Sandy--I went through a period a while back where every single poem I wrote featured an outlandish character who died gruesomely at the end, not sure what was going on there

Suzanne said...

Trish,
I saw a slew of The Boxcar Kids on the library book sale table today. I thought of you and smiled.

Tricia said...

I picked up a few Boxcars at the Magical Flea-Market Booksale recently, but they're old ones from the 70s and the illustrations are not NEARLY as hilarious as the ones from the 90s, which was a sad trauma to me

jorg wobblington lopez said...

Your human tassel poem was amazing.

Tricia said...

THANK YOU JORG WOBBLINGTON LOPEZ