I’m having a bad couple of months what with family illness and the stress of a new job and the car accident on 9-11 that gave me pretty severe whiplash, so my online presence has constricted considerably to what seemed necessary, but I’m coming back now. Things are good, too: I’ve discovered Poetry Free-for-all and have written some solid poems. And have been enjoying Discovery and Mutemath (Peg, this is the band Vienna Teng said she was obsessed with) and xkcd and my homegirl Kate Beaton and my new status as one of the world’s most personable editors.
Anyway I have run across some really fine work while I’ve been quiet here:
- “Shooting Kinesha” by Daisy Fried
- “The Cliffs of Mistake” by Molly Peacock
- “Hangover” by Billy Collins
- “Kol Nidre” by Vary the Line’s own Peg Duthie