Monthly Archives: January 2013

When Kerosene’s Involved: Prose Poems by Daniel Romo (A Review)

By Andrea Beltran Black Coffee Press 88 Pages The definition of a prose poem remains elusive. People argue about whether the prose poem can indeed be considered a poem, since it abandons the art of the line. Daniel Romo’s debut … Continue reading

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Best Worst Year: Episode 7: (or Where I Lose My Readership to My Own Need to Be a Confessional Poet)

By James Warner I am jealous of the plow which moves earth. It’s honest work. It’s my father’s labor. It’s my mother’s yield. It’s the season of wither which takes hold of my crop so I am learning how to … Continue reading

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Live Tweeting of You Only Live Twice | Jan. 23 | 9PM EST

  Join @007hertzrumble and other on Twitter this Wed., Jan. 23, at 9PM EST. Rent the film, get some drinks, and let James David Patrick lead you on a journey of Bond[age]. Use hashtag #YOLT to join the discussion!

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