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Apologies for having missed some comments over the past months, which I've finally published. I hadn't received notification as I used to. The good news for me is I'll be moving to new digital digs early next year with a blog and contact page so if you have a question that you'd actually like an answer to, I will get the question when you send it. The year is coming to a close and I've done a lot of visual poetry and collage, but haven't been submitting very actively. Part of it is the administration: living in two different cities, it's hard to find the time.
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I plan to post my annual reading list as usual at year end, and then sail off to the new website. I'll send directions. Sunday, June 17, Recent poems. The big event of the weekend was trying to explain to airport security in Spanglish what my one-hole hole puncher was for.
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It's an excellent tool that makes the trip back and forth across Europe with me these days. Otherwise, I've had a flurry of visual found poems published over the past couple days. Two others, " Like the petals of one big scattered flower " and " Honeycomb ," are in The Collagist. I'll have some others out in the near future in Paperbag and Ghost Proposal. Posted by SarahJane at Sunday, June 17, 5 comments:. Labels: collage , found poetry , poetry. Thursday, March 29, Wrecked. Less of the original text, more masking and hiding.
With that in mind I did "The Wreck" over, here. I like them both. That ought to be it! Tinderbox also published O flutes and The Manor Gone earlier this year. Monday, February 19, 10 Down.
Germany is very cold. Lots of traveling these days, but also staying put and receiving visitors. I try to make the most of plane time, reading or napping or listening to a podcast. It made me regret not having read Mary Gaitskill yet.
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I entertained the idea of doing a reading challenge this year and checked out a few popular ones. Why even begin? Then I thought it might be fun to put together my own challenge so I started composing a list until it began to roll its many eyes Read a novel set outdoors Read a trilogy backwards Read a thriller by a person with a rare disease I dropped this pursuit and simply set a goal of reading 60 books. Labels: books , lists. Wednesday, January 03, Misery catalog.
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I ordered extra-strong glue sticks a couple days ago, and hope that brings a solution. I had success with the Misery poems last year, with 35 published in 13 different journals. Including Misery 31 , published at the tail-end of in concis , that makes Below is a catalog with assorted links. I have others submitted.
My semi-move to Spain this past summer ate a lot of time and continues to do so, but it was a good move, and enriching. Concis: The Proper Thing. Roanoke: Review : Spoon, The Rains plus 8 reprints. Posted by SarahJane at Wednesday, January 03, 4 comments:. Labels: collage , lists , misery , poetry. Monday, January 01, Booklist. I squeaked over the book barrier last year, despite a lot of work and tumult. I read less poetry than usual, but I'm not scolding myself.
I won't lie and say, oh but I read so much poetry online, because it's not true. Because I spent much time on airplanes, I listened to a number of story podcasts. Perhaps I'll try to remember them all for a separate list. There were books that disappointed, like Italo Calvino's Invisible Cities. I also listened to a podcast of one of his stories, which I also disliked. I quite wanted to like Calvino, him being a legend and all, but there you have it.
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I found Invisible Cities a bit of a yawn, and the story, whose title I forget, sexist and ridiculous. I likewise disliked A Little Life by Hanya Yanaghihara, with its bad writing decisions, emotional-disaster tourism and sappy shot at "affirmation. I did back-to-back Dickens, which was fun.
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Dombey and Son beat out Our Mutual Friend , which has a fatal flaw, in my opinion, though it was still enjoyable. I admired her writing a lot and hope to read more this year. I skipped the last of the trilogy out of fear of disappointment. The Best American Mystery Stories, ed.
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Labels: books , Dickens , lists , poetry. Sunday, August 27, Not even someday. You know how there are couple of books in your to-read stack that turn you off every time you look for a new read, despite their long-standing membership there? Posted by SarahJane at Sunday, August 27, 3 comments:. Labels: books. Saturday, August 19, The Itch. A couple more from this series are due out shortly, and at some point I'll make a linked index of them and post it here.
Labels: animals , books , collage , found poetry , poetry , weather. Monday, August 14, France. Back from a vacation in France today, and glad to have tomorrow free before returning to Spain for work on Wednesday. One day we went out to visit the ruins of an abbey and found ourselves just a few kilometers from the site where Guillaume Apollinaire was wounded in We are not big champagne drinkers, alas, but we went to a tasting and bought a bottle for the fall birthday of a friend.
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It was a good read and I was especially sorry to see it end with no other fiction or non-fiction at hand. Posted by SarahJane at Monday, August 14, 1 comment:. Labels: books , france , poetry , travel , traveling , war. Thursday, July 06, The roses have dropped their lawsuit. If you are interested in "Heiress," it's here. Posted by SarahJane at Thursday, July 06, 1 comment:. Labels: everything , poetry , shopping. Wednesday, July 05, Bloodshot Cartography. My poem Bloodshot Cartography is now a blockbuster movie!