Monthly Archives: August 2011

On “The Darlings of New Orleans” (#15)

On September 14, 2009, John had the idea of combining The Big Easy’s rich history and sensuality, the aftermath of Katrina, and pop voodoo into a poem personifying New Orleans as the zombie madame of a lively undead whorehouse. Martin … Continue reading

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Congratulations, Philip Levine!

Again, we’re a little behind the news, due to recent mutual personal pixilations. But better late than never. Since one of us was raised and both of us went to school in the Detroit area, we’re excited to learn of … Continue reading

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How Did We Miss This?

We were busy, that’s how. But now our various brands of existential craziness have ebbed for the moment, enabling us to linger wistfully on a lost opportunity. Which lost opportunity? Taking advantage of August 18, Bad Poetry Day, on which … Continue reading

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