Category Archives: Travel

Jack Spicer Talk / Reading in Boston

What a wonderful, stimulating, exhausting weekend. Lots of great talk about Jack Spicer with Dan Remein, getting to see Robert Stanton and Dianne Berg and John Wagner, meeting and hanging out with Boyd Nielson, seeing Rich Owens again, driving out … Continue reading

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Visit to New York

Above are some pics of the trip to New York I just returned from to read in the 2nd Annual Boog City Festival. I’m grateful to David Kirschenbaum for organizing this gargantuan event and inviting me to take part. There’s … Continue reading

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Visit to San Francisco

Here are some images from my visit to San Francisco last week. I was honored to perform the wedding ceremony for my friends Jason and Kerry at the Headlands Center for the Arts, and to read with Mary Burger on … Continue reading

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Start your own Olympics…

And set your own World Records. My World Record is running from my house to Richmond -> Elmwood, cutting around the Park Lake, over the bridge and into Delaware Park. One lap around the park and back home the same … Continue reading

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Blue Jay Way

Another reason I can’t wait to visit Toronto. Who knew Blue Jays games could be so much fun? (If you click the link, make sure to scroll all the way down to the bottom…)

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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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Back in the Thick of It…

So, we’ve made it to Buffalo. The house is almost unpacked. The weather is gorgeous. And today we finally got plugged back in to the internet, ironically allowing me to catch up on the blogosphere and Dale Smith’s “slopo” movement. … Continue reading

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