Monthly Archives: October 2013

A Little History: The Deeply Personal as Political

(This essay was recently published in Zen Monster.) (download pdf for best formatting) A Little History: The Deeply Personal as Political (Some notes on a book by Ammiel Alcalay) There were two events in the mid 90s which really opened my … Continue reading

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Brenda Hillman at Open Books, Sunday 10.27.13

Brenda Hillman reads at Open Books tomorrow at 3p and I first met her at Open Books in 2010, I think it was. She has just completed her tetralogy of meditations on the elements, ending up with Seasonal Works with Letters … Continue reading

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93. The Fog Wet Web

Who could resist the term meteorologist Cliff Mass is using for this deeply socked-in fog situation we find ourselves cutting through here in Seattle? Fogmageddon. Not me. Combine that with the beauty which seems to stand out in the fog around … Continue reading

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