Monthly Archives: October 2009

SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: KRISTEN HOLDEN

WHO SAYS by Kristen Holden We said the sky was white, that was the weather we walk through a seeming window and chime the sound of non-grey. The city had a backdrop a canvas a watercolor paper, skyscrapers took with … Continue reading

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WILFRED OWEN

Holographic manuscript page for Wilfred Owen’s poem Dulce et Decorum Est. The title is part of a line from an ode by Horace, “Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori”, which means “it is sweet and right to die for … Continue reading

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I’M GAY AND I’M MARRIED! … NOW HOW DO I GET DIVORCED?

ASK LADY ESQ. Relationship advice from a divorce attorney. Dear Lady Esq., If California doesn’t recognize your marriage (because you were married in a different state to someone of the same sex), can you still get divorced in California?  What … Continue reading

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HUGO BALL

Hugo Ball in ‘cubist costume’ reciting his poem ‘Elefantenkarawane’ at the Cabaret Voltaire, 23 June 1916. DADA MANIFESTO, 1916 by Hugo Ball Dada is a new tendency in art. One can tell this from the fact that until now nobody … Continue reading

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HITCHHIKING & TRAINHOPPING–Part III

THE CONFESSIONS OF FOFI LITTLEPANTS PART III by Fofi Littlepants III. OTHER PARTICULARS The following information is provided because, of the people that learned of our hitchhiking / trainhopping venture across the country, a number expressed a surprising amount of … Continue reading

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“Object” by Jonathan Monroe

OBJECT by Jonathan Monroe Some purpose mounted on the wall. A target date for propositions. Concrete instances in thrall. One magic carpet frazzled, frayed. Sample exhibitions on display. In which direction, nothing moved. The shape of the shadow the shadow … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: BARBARA GUEST

PARACHUTES, MY LOVE, COULD CARRY US HIGHER by Barbara Guest I just said I didn’t know And now you are holding me In your arms, How kind. Parachutes, my love, could carry us higher. Yet around the net I am … Continue reading

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