Objections to Poetry’s ‘Gatekeepers’ (the Atlantic)

Poetry Isn’t as Useless as a Lot of Folks Say It Is …. “That’s because folks like Alexander have worked to create a myth of an essential poetry, poetry that is important because of what it is, rather than because of what it says. It’s long past time, therefore, that we stopped asking “What Use Is […]

Bottles up & open

Step left or right Let no one see you stumble Instagram perfect life Triazolam & dextro amphetamine & zolpidem & fluoxetine & nicotine & diacetylmorphine & caffeine & ibuprofen & THC Band gap sudden springboard ‘allo old boy what’chu need? Mostly postage, peace, & quiet Stretch symbols to break & hybridize Stop to flourish, 4 […]

PoeticPostcards: #48-53 – Series B

Another round up, also to 20003 area. They may’ve arrived by now? The draft said it was 3 days old, and obviously I must type before I send them off… PoeticPostcards “Knowing not what to say, she babbled: “How can it not be so when it was ever thus? Who makes the mix tapes?” 300 DPI […]

Poor people pay for parking even when they can’t afford a car

“One analysis in Seattle found that required parking drive up [apt] rents by avg $250 a month” “A single [above ground] parking space costs more than twice the median net worth of black and Hispanic households” (via Hacker News app) : Washington Post Poor people pay for parking even when they can’t afford a car […]

What is to be done? A message for the left – writeforthemasses

What is to be done? A message for the left “The first thing to do is to organize. The left has been in pieces for decades and this is the best chance to finally unify.” “But the important thing now is to change the future, the future that we believe we deserve we can have […]