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Here’s a new chapbook I just made of some of the “sports”-themed poems I’ve written over the years, and which have been published here and there in journals. Inside: “Baseball–an Elegy,” “Running Diary,” “Football Poem,” and “The Invention of Baseball.” … Continue reading

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kadar koli 6 is here!

Cover image by j/j hastain. Contributors: Zack Finch, Geoffrey Gatza, j/j hastain, Henri Deluy (trans. Jacqueline Kari), Edmond Caldwell, Micah Robbins, The Rejection Group, Sarah Jeanne Peters, Josh Stanley, John Hyland, Robin F. Brox, Brenda Iijima, Morani Kornberg-Weiss.

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…and I’m back

Thanks to Jerrold Shiroma at Duration Press for easing me through the word press backup. Hopefully those nasty hackers will bother me no more.

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Under Attack…

My blog is under attack by a hacker — nothing personal, I’m assured, just something endemic to WordPress. I’ve got to upgrade and try to stamp out these suckers, but for now it takes the form of attacking and inserting … Continue reading

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“Rome wasn’t built in a day, and neither will Texas State”

These guys are my heroes. Here’s the link to their web site, though it’s been stripped pretty bare for now — not surprising, since it’s apparently what helped get them caught. Who hasn’t wanted to take out a sharpie and … Continue reading

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Reasons to feel good

It was a beautiful day today. I went running in the late afternoon and saw some amazing houses on a street I hadn’t been down before. A nice lady stopped me and asked about my dog. Also, some new poems … Continue reading

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Various Things

It’s a year since I hopped on this plane with Tina to see this view of her hometown, Maribor and then flew to Cork (not on the same plane) to hang out with this group from Texas State. A lot’s … Continue reading

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