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Me n’ Hank n’ Tim.

In 1987 I was going into my fifth year at Arizona State University, and I was totally lost. I was a jock, and I was working towards the 1988 Olympic trials, with my sights set on making the ’92 team. In other words, academia wasn’t first and foremost. In my Big Picture, it ranked fourth, […]

Volta

Volta is my homage to Wallace Berman. It’s also an assemblage and a little magazine that’s published whenever I can make it happen. I named it after James Joyce’s one and only (failed) business venture — The Volta Theater at 45 Mary Street in Dublin. The Volta Theater was opened in 1909 and was Ireland’s […]

Charles Bukowski — 4 Poets

the synaesthesia press published an essay on the state of American Poetry according to Mr. Charles Bukowski. It appeared in synaesthesia press chap book #2, 4 Poets. The chap book is long out of print. Bukowski wrote the essay in 1964. It was discovered in an old notebook that’s in the special collections department at […]

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