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No Fooling

The April issue of Asinine Poetry is up! Plus: My buddies at Woern LLC and I have launched the Asinine Poetry app for iPhones. Download it here. poems App by Richard Cairo* I Told Her I Would Be by Michael … Continue reading

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I’m Hilarious and Memorable!

From the March 15, 2011 issue of Kirkus Reviews: YOU DON’T HAVE A CLUE Latino Mystery Stories for Teens Editor: Cortez, Sarah Review Date: March 15, 2011 Publisher:Piñata Books/Arté Público Pages: 320 Price ( Paperback ): $16.95 Publication Date: April … Continue reading

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March Madness

Somehow managed to do another issue! Winning! poems Green Day by Lars Nyberg* Experiment: Bourbon as Catalyst by Robin Blackburn To the skunk who sprayed the parking lot near La Madeleine’s by Melanie Browne When One Says by Nettie Parker … Continue reading

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Get a Clue

My short story “Hating Holly Hernandez” will be coming out in You Don’t Have a Clue this spring. Pre-order now!! The publishers, who don’t name me in the press release, not that I noticed, do allude to my story in … Continue reading

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Le February Issue of Asinine Poetry Is Up!

Our February issue is up, with a logo rejiggered by Ern especially for the month. poems Asinine Valentine No. 24 by Fenway Parker* Sign of the Times by Scott Emmons The Dance of Halitosis by John Muth Divorced White Female … Continue reading

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Los Sures, Part 38: Halloween on South Second Street

Raphael was Batman again. He was always Batman. I wanted to be Batman, but I couldn’t be Batman if Raphael was  Batman. So I was Casper the Friendly Ghost again, wearing the same stupid costume I had from last year. … Continue reading

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Los Sures, Part 37: Lay Off

Mami worked at the Day Care Center on South 4 and Keap Street. It was a small and skinny blue and white building near the corner. At the corner was a lot with a playground for the little little kids … Continue reading

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