36th Summer Writing Program Magazine
The Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics
Michael D. Edwards
Book Design: Bradley Sands and Michael D. Edwards
Cover Design: Michael D. Edwards
2010, Naropa Press
Poetry: Renee Zepeda, Chris Weige
Photos: Chiai Matsumoto
Chris Weige’s snapshot of a poem from Organic Furniture Cellar by Jessica Smith
Many thanks to Renee for posting this!
Previous posts featuring Jessica Smith are here
Kinetic the interface nerve spreads restless kinetic words
re-discovered in the anguish of the anatomical skinny
How grotesque these modern months
how dreamily diabolical the monstrous methods and intimate stunts
When might everyday life be pieces of poetry, World Words?
When might it not?
Visual music wants to change the warsong framework of time
With re-pulsing literature flashing superbeams through pre-recorded walls
Hot honeyed in the installation room,Viewer:
you water songs looking at the many people mazed
In the glittering gutter slurping at the waterbank chain
humping at(o)ms trying to find a pulse
In the rape and pill age
rebuilding after hurricane
Intuitive evidence mounts and what’s in a name or breed of plant?
What’s in the seemingly familiar mundane lurking about?
Long that hard chorus sneaks and stalks outside my windows hardly worried
about eternity earth or the rough lense of time
Mothering me it knows better from giving and oral story morals
Still, determined stones are living
Tho some know not why
the ground becomes sad music
when the air says rise wishes rise.
From The Pulchritudinous Review
Ed: Renee Zepeda
Bij de post: Gedichtenbundel ‘The Twitstat Project’ van @reckon en @thepr – http://moby.to/tfvrg5
The Twitstat Project
A collaborative double book of new/experimental poetry by Chris Weige and Renee Zepeda (Spring 2010).
Published, designed, and edited by Renee Zepeda and The Pulchritudinous Press:
60 pages, hand-sewn binding, Strathmore-style paper, cherry vellum, personal stamp & bookmark.Inspired in part by the Twitstat application, whereby users post 140 character messages via mobile phone to Twitter. Printed in a special limited edition of 36 copies in Boulder, Colorado.
Cover art and photography by Chiai Matsumoto
Purchase a limited edition of The Twitstat Project
Apologies for running a little behind in getting this posted. Poems are featured today from 6am – 12pm on W5RAn