I’ve been published in Otoliths #45, probably the coolest & hippest lit mag on the planet. Lots of great stuff in this issue–have a look. Mark Young, the editor, is a trailblazer and all-a-around genius.
In my previous post, I explained what I believe is a way to bring two schools of poetry together. Why it should matter, I have no idea. Honestly, I don’t care. I mean, yes, I am amused by how both sides take it so seriously–but, in the end, it’s all a bunch of palaver and bull-hockey, et.al. People try to direct a trend or tendency into a movement or school of thought in order to […]
Sectarianism is notoriously lethal in politics, especially on the Left. And by the Left, I don’t mean the right wing Democratic Party we have in the United States, but the marginalized socialist Left that every good, god-fearing American loathes. Anyway, that’s fodder for another post. My point is that this same self-defeating dynamic, on occasion, plays out in literature. To wit: over the last few years or so, I’ve been following with increasing interest the Great […]