Monthly Archives: June 2008

Asinine Summery, Part 2

A humidish summer day, the sky threatening rain. At the Asinine Offices, I spent the morning going through the much-neglected slush pile and rejecting more than 50 poems (this never feels good, except when it’s people who have obviously never … Continue reading

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Hulk movie not good. Puny director. Studio smashed half of movie before hit screens. Movie feel choppy. Movie feel smashed! Puny villain. No motivation. Hulk . . . Ahh, enough of that. I guess I’ll go Mr. Fixit from here: … Continue reading

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Summer Solstice 2008

The Millennium Falcon in repose, after a long ride, getting lost in Bedford Stuy, and finally finding Prospect Park via a smoother, less-trafficky new route.

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Asinine Summertry

Last week, during the sweltering heatwave in the City, my friend Slim was nice enough to come over to the Asinine Office and record readings of asinine poetry for podcasts. As a select few of you know, the Asinine Offices … Continue reading

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Asinine in June

The month starts off with rollicking asininity. The latest issue of is up, including poems by Gordon Stanley, W., and Condoleeza Rice, believe it or not. And somehow I gathered up the energy after a long day of ProKadeema … Continue reading

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