I've been really bad about updating this blog, but Issa is now mobile and partially walking so she is no longer content to sit quietly while I type. In fact, this experiment has led to some disasters that involve cords, small objects, speakers crashing to the floor and her sucking on a ink cartridge that fell behind the desk.
I did recently get a new review up at Tarpaulin Sky: http://tsky-reviews.blogspot.com/2010/11/julie-carrs-sarahof-fragments-and-lines.html#more
I'm reading another Julie Carr right now: 100 Notes on Violence, which is equally impressive. I have the wonderful opportunity to read the work of poet Tracey McTague as she has sent me her latest manuscript in progress.
I can't believe this year is almost over.
Blood Jet Poetry Series in New Orleans, weekly poetry and music as well as open mic performances
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